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Nokia Explores MEC Applications for In-venue Mobile Services

tsammons • Date: June 29, 2017

Venue owners are looking to enhance that experience even more, through better mobile integration of way-finding and venue information, special access to content and augmented and virtual reality experiences. Nokia tested those concepts recently in a trial of applications for multi-access edge computing at the University of Notre Dame Compton family Ice Arena with Notre Dame’s Wireless Institute. The tests relied on both Wi-Fi and cellular networks to provide high-capacity, low-latency wireless coverage: Nokia small cells and Wi-Fi access points, with Nokia’s MEC platform and its AirFrame server hosting the applications.

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Nokia Tests Next-Generation Wireless Applications for University of Notre Dame Stadium

Nina Welding • Date: June 6, 2017

Nokia, in collaboration with the Wireless Institute in the College of Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has successfully tested applications based on Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC). This software platform delivers flexibility, scalability and efficiency to networks with multiple base stations in order to improve speed of access to data services in congested areas.

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Chisum to present at 9th NATO Military Sensing Symposium in Canada

tsammons • Date: May 23, 2017

Jonathan Chisum, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and affiliated member of the Wireless Institute has been asked to speak at the 9th NATO Military Sensing Symposium (MSS) in Quebec City, Canada. Professor Chisum will present, “Collaborative and Responsive Sensors for Low-cost Spectrum Sensing and Geolocation”.

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Notre Dame Research is working with manufacturers to minimize warping in metal-printed parts

Brandi Klingerman • Date: May 19, 2017

Richard E. Billo - associate vice president for research, professor of computer science and engineering, and affiliated member of the Wireless Institute - conducts research related to manufacturing, specifically in the advancement of technology for medical devices.

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South Bend considering tech center investment

tsammons • Date: April 26, 2017

SOUTH BEND — The city of South Bend plans to contribute as much as $3 million to a new wireless resource center, part of a joint effort with the University of Notre Dame to establish the city as a test bed for the next generation of wireless technology.

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