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University of South Carolina launches 5G innovation hub

by Jake Williams

The University of South Carolina and Verizon's ‘Innovation Experience Hub’ will enable research of 5G for manufacturing, health care and other industries.

Arizona State students to pitch how 5G, edge computing can boost digital equity

by Emily Bamforth

The "Digital Equity Jam" is asking students to apply new technologies to issues such as public health, climate change and education.

City College of New York gets fiber donation to connect to 5G testbed

by Emily Bamforth

City College researchers interested in smart cities, autonomous vehicles and network research can now use a fiber connection to a high-speed testbed in Manhattan.

How schools and students can narrow the homework gap via private networks

by EdScoop Staff

The expanded availability of Citizens Broadband Radio Service and new federal broadband funds bring new options for schools to go ‘beyond hotspots.’

U. Tennessee's 5G network to support rural research, VR in classrooms

by Emily Bamforth

Soil-monitoring drones, senior-health monitoring and VR in classrooms are among the uses proposed by the university.

Texas A&M, AT&T to open 5G test site on former airplane runway

by Emily Bamforth

Researchers plan to use former runways on the 2,300-acre RELLIS campus to study applications in autonomous vehicles, cybersecurity and virtual reality.

University of Connecticut, AT&T plan 5G lab

by Ryan Johnston

UConn's Stamford campus will install a 5G lab with AT&T to help students and faculty research the emerging technology.

University of Missouri and AT&T to build on-campus 5G 'innovation lab'

by Ryan Johnston

The school and the phone carrier will develop a 5G lab on Missouri's campus for students and faculty to research the technology beginning this summer.

In Cleveland, Verizon boasts 'first' 5G-powered middle school

by Betsy Foresman

The next generation of wireless technology is promised to enable new edtech as the company plans to bring 5G to 100 schools.

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