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France and Germany support projects on 5G applications for pvt networks

France and Germany would support four projects on 5G applications for private networks with a total of 17.7 million euros ($20.1 million), the countries’ economic affairs ministries said.

The aim is to “deliver innovative solutions that will strengthen the European private network ecosystem in the field of 5G telecommunications”, their press release states.

“I look forward to an intensive collaboration between France and Germany,” said Robert Habeck, German Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action.

“This is an important step in moving the economy forward using advanced technologies.”

In 2020, France and Germany have already agreed to strengthen their cooperation in the field of 5G applications and then launched a call for funding for innovation projects in early 2021, Xinhua News Agency reported.

The four projects involving 16 German partners and 14 French partners will show the benefits of 5G in various application scenarios such as Industry 4.0 (the “fourth industrial revolution”), business parks and smart operating rooms, according to the press release.

“The constitution of a sovereign Franco-German ecosystem on 5G and future telecommunications network technologies will play a key role in positioning Europe at the forefront of innovation in 5G and its evolutions”, declared Bruno Le Mayor, French Minister of Economy, Finance and Communication. Recovery. (1 Euro $1.13)



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