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MIT’s newest research center to focus on mobile technologies

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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is aiming for a leadership position in mobile technology with the launch on Thursday of its latest research center, Wireless@MIT.

Also known more formally as the MIT Center for Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing, the new organization pulls together more than a dozen MIT professors and their research groups to work on next-generation wireless networks and mobile computing.

The work done at the center is designed to make an impact on technology users: Wireless@MIT trumpets a "strong industrial partnership" with Microsoft, Cisco, Intel, Telefonica, Amazon, STMicroelectronics and MediaTek — and says it aims to influence standards and products.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, MIT’s newest research center to focus on mobile technologies- NetworkWorld.com

  

 

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