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Event | 20 May 2024

IET’s 6G and Future Networks Conference

Join us for the IET’s 6G and Future Networks Conference

Gearing up to 5G, 6G and beyond

Event | 30 Apr 2024

Fyuz 2024

Fyuz 24 will be held in Dublin, Ireland, November 11-13, at the Convention Center Dublin

As the only event to cover all aspects of open and disaggregated network technologies, Fyuz attracts C-Level executives, visionary speakers, innovators, and disruptors.

Resource | 29 Apr 2024

Market Research Analysis Annual Report

The UK’s telecoms market is thriving but understanding how the ecosystem is innovating can be difficult, especially considering the rapid advancements in academia and industry. UKTIN has therefore written a Market Research Analysis Annual Report: bringing together insights from industry, government and academia.

Resource | 15 Mar 2024

글로벌 통신 혁신 허브: 영국이 확실한 R&D 목적지인 이유

전 세계적으로 통신 부문의 혁신이 요구되고 있습니다. 문명의 근간을 이루는 통신은 오늘날 경제 및 사회적 과제를 해결하려는 세계의 노력을 지원합니다.

한국 기업을 위한 영국의 강점과 기회에 대해 자세히 알아보려면, 영국의 매력과 UKTIN에서 지원하는 새로운 국제 협업 모델에 대해 설명하는 '영국이 확실한 R&D 목적지인 이유’ 백서를 다운로드하세요.


Event | 14 Mar 2024

East of England Tech Collaboration

This East of England Tech Collaboration event, hosted and sponsored by the University of East Anglia and supported by Cambridge Tech Week, aims to foster collaboration between regions and showcase what the East of England has to offer.

Event | 08 Mar 2024

Federated Telecoms Hub 6G Research Partnership Funds (THRPF) Webinar

EPSRC and DSIT have funded three future Telecoms Hubs and provided additional resources to bring them together in a federated structure, which will help deliver the six core areas identified in the Wireless Infrastructure Strategy.

Resource | 13 Feb 2024

UKTIN: Serving the Telecoms Innovator, Issue 3

Welcome to the UKTIN quarterly review. In Issue 3, Nick Johnson reviews twelve months of UKTIN and the difference made to hundreds of businesses around the UK.  

News | 13 Feb 2024

Everything you need to know about the Wireless Networking Expert Working Group Future Capability Paper

A series of Future Capability Papers, authored by the UKTIN Expert Working Groups, are being published over the coming months, with the first paper - Wireless Networking - launched today.

Resource | 05 Feb 2024

Market Research Insight Report Artificial Intelligence

The UK’s telecoms market is thriving but understanding how the ecosystem is innovating can be difficult, especially considering the rapid advancements in academia. UKTIN is therefore creating Market Research Insight Reports delving into all areas of the sector - you can find more details about the reports here.

Resource | 12 Jan 2024

A Global Telecoms Innovation Hub: Why the UK is the definitive R&D destination

Through international collaboration, the telecoms sector can scale and share the fruits borne from innovation globally. 

With strengths in industry, academia, and entrepreneurship, the UK is an attractive location for international partners to drive forward innovation in the sector. 

Event | 21 Dec 2023

The Convergence and Integration of AI and 6G

Join BDFI academic Xenofon Vasilakos at this seminar exploring the convergence and integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Sixth Generation (6G) network architectures. This emerging combination signifies a transformative shift in the landscape of future telecommunications.

Resource | 24 Nov 2023

BEACON-5G Workshop and End of Project Showcase Event Report

The BEACON-5G team organised a workshop and end of project showcase event aimed at exhibiting some of the key technological innovations for Open RAN. BEACON-5G is among the winners of the £30 million UK government funding, allocated as part of the Future Open RAN Competition (FRANC), to support 5G diversification strategy. 

Project | 17 Nov 2023

The River Severn Partnership Advanced Wireless Innovation Region

Formed in 2019, the River Severn Partnership (RSP) brings together significant partners (26) across 8 counties. RSP covers more than 6,000 sq miles spanning both England and Wales. It is home to 2.6 million people and is projected to increase by 15% over the next 20 years to 2.9 million, equivalent to Greater Manchester.

Project | 17 Nov 2023

The Growing Sussex 5G Innovation Region

The food and wine growing region of Sussex presents fertile ground for growers and education centres to adopt foundational technologies in the sustainable intensification of their products, helping to achieve food security, reduce carbon and use energy efficiently. Sussex Councils are actively working with Growers and Education stakeholders, conducting research, understanding sector ambitions and current connectivity constraints.

Project | 17 Nov 2023

The Borderlands 5G Innovation Region

The Borderlands Partnership is a collaboration between the counties which make up the English and Scottish border. Rural tourism is a key part of the Borderlands economy: the region has fewer than 1 million residents but welcomed more than 63 million visits in 2019.

Project | 17 Nov 2023

The Ayrshire 5G Innovation Region

The Ayrshire 5G vision is to become the UK's premier manufacturing-focused 5G hub, driven by five transformative principles: technological excellence, a thriving innovation ecosystem, sustainable economic growth, skills and talent development, and influential investment strategies.

Project | 17 Nov 2023

The North East 5G Innovation Region

In a visionary move towards a digitally empowered future, the seven North East local authorities (LA7) are positioning the region at the forefront of advanced wireless connectivity.

Project | 17 Nov 2023

The Glasgow 5G Innovation Region

Glasgow City Region will utilise existing Internet of Things (IoT) deployments and smart city applications to identify, deliver and propagate use cases for utilising advanced wireless technologies and driving improvements in public and private sector service delivery.

Project | 17 Nov 2023

England’s Connected Heartland (ECH)

ECH will aim to increase adoption of 5G connectivity focussing on regional strengths in R&D, advanced engineering/manufacturing and education whilst aligning with other common regional dimensions such as rurality and improving public transport, particularly East to West.

Project | 17 Nov 2023

The Greater Manchester 5G SMART Decarbonisation Network (GM 5G SDN)

The GM 5G SDN project focuses on how partners across Greater Manchester (GM) will tackle the drivers of climate breakdown at a city region level, accelerating decarbonisation, improving quality of life, and growing the Green Technologies and Services sector.

Project | 17 Nov 2023

The West Midlands 5G Innovation Region

By becoming a 5G Innovation Region, West Midlands will transform productivity, create skilled jobs, improve health and wellbeing, and reduce emissions in two of the region’s most important sectors, advanced manufacturing and smart communities, which covers social care, social housing, and other related local services.

Project | 17 Nov 2023

The Belfast 5G Innovation Region

The Belfast Region is contributing to Northern Ireland’s innovation economy by making targeted investments in initiatives that will accelerate the adoption and commercialisation of advanced wireless technologies.

Event | 09 Nov 2023

Unleashing the Power of AI in Telecoms

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is disrupting industry on a broad scale and telecoms is no exception, offering the potential to cut through network complexity, address new requirements, increase performance and enable automation.

Resource | 07 Nov 2023

UKTIN: Unifying the buzzing telecoms sector, Issue 2

Welcome to the UKTIN quarterly review. In Issue 2, Nick Johnson talks about the great work that the UKTIN consortium is doing to accelerate the UK telecoms innovation engine, takes stock of the guidance given last time and whether we measured up and speculates about what there is to look forward to as we approach 2024.