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Using the city as a huge testbed 5G technology and other smart city solutions

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New York City has won funding from the National Science Foundation and a consortium of wireless networking companies as part of the “Platform for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) program.

The city’s West Harlem neighborhood will create a testbed for high-bandwidth, low-latency wireless communications, which will also research millimeter-wave and dynamic optical switching

$12,500,000 funding amount

April 18 2019 The lab is fully functioning

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