COREnect June Newsletter
As Gerhard P. Fettweis, Vodafone ChairProfessor, COREnect Project Coordinator outlined “We are excited about the outcome of the first step towards a significant delivery of the project. We shall give the EC and our society an insight into the main areas of technology that are essential for delivering 5G and 6G solutions of the future. COREnect and its amazing team of nearly 100 experts”. Fettweis added that “We have broken down the requirements within each area and identified their key technologies. Based on this, COREnect will identify the main “punch lines” of necessary action for future research efforts”.
The pre-release of D3.3 Initial COREnect industry roadmap
Learn more about the “pre-release” of the envisioned COREnect report D3.3 (Initial COREnect industry roadmap). This pre-release highlights some aspects which are currently included in the draft version of D3.3. As the draft version of D3.3 is still under construction and not reviewed nor approved by the COREnect consortium, this pre-release has no ambition to be complete norto represent the overall view of the COREnect consortium, its experts and/or its stakeholders.The first complete version of D3.3 will be released to the European Commission within the July–September 2021 timeframe.
Two COREnect’s events at the EuCNC & 6G Summit
• COREnect Workshop “Hardware Enabling Technologies for 6G Networks”
Tuesday, 8 June 2021, 14:00-15:30/16:00-17:30 CEST
Programme available here
During which Patrick Cogez, as a panelist will represent the industry and discuss whether cross-industry collaboration between telecom and microelectronics can benefit both industry and both SNS and KDT partnerships.
• COREnect Panel “Components and Hardware on the Road to 6G”
Thursday, 10 June, 11:30-13:00 CEST
Programme available here
During which Caroline Bedran will introduce the major technological challenges and opportunities for Europe on the road to 6G.
More about COREnect
COREnect (European Core Technologies for future connectivity systems and components) is a new consortium formed to develop a 5G and beyond strategic roadmap for future European connectivity systems and components.
European industry and R&D leaders from both the microelectronics and telecommunications sectors are jointly developing a high-level strategic roadmap of core technologies for future connectivity systems and components, targeting the next generation telecommunications networks and services.