IEEE 5G/6G Innovation Testbed for developers, researchers and entrepreneurs

Courtesy of IEEE member David Witkowski (see his bio below the article):

For companies and entrepreneurs working on 5G and 6G innovations, the IEEE now offers a cloud-based network emulator. This might be something your Techblog readers can benefit from.
The IEEE 5G/6G Innovation Testbed is a cloud-based, end-to-end 5G network emulator that enables testing and experimentation of 5G products and services.
Built by IEEE with the goal of promoting collaborative experimentation, the Innovation Testbed brings together operators, equipment vendors, application developers, and academic institutions while supporting a wide range of industry applications.
The Testbed can also be used for academic research and educational purposes, giving students visibility inside a functioning network and enabling research groups to conduct experiments that advance technology across the 5G/6G ecosystem.
About David Witkowski, Founder & CEO of Oku Solutions:

David’s career began in the US Coast Guard where he led deployment and maintenance programs for mission-critical telecom, continuity of government, and data networking systems. After earning his B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from University of California @ Davis, he held managerial and leadership roles for high technology companies ranging from Fortune 500 multi-nationals to early-stage startups.  

David serves as Executive Director of the Civic Technology Program at Joint Venture Silicon Valley, Senior Advisor for Broadband at Monterey Bay Economic Partnership, and is a Fellow of the Radio Club of America and a Senior Member of the IEEE. He previously served as as Co-Chair of the GCTC Wireless SuperCluster at NIST, on the Board of Expert Advisors for the California Emerging Technology Fund.

David’s IEEE activities include:


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