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  • LJMU presents L5G project to Korean Agency for Defence Development

    Dr Michael Mackay, Senior Lecturer in the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University, and member of the Liverpool 5G Create project, presented the project to researchers from the Agency for Defence Development, Republic of Korea, on their recent visit to the University. The talk included a general overview of the…

  • 5G Wales Unlocked in Health & Social Care

    The 5G Wales Unlocked team are hosting a series of discussions looking at the potential of 5G in various sectors, and have asked L5G Director, Rosemary Kay, to take part in the 5G Wales Unlocked in Health & Social Care discussion. 5G Wales Unlocked aims to show how 5G and other new technologies can help…

  • Liverpool 5G Showcase Event 2022

    Liverpool 5G has announced their Showcase Event will be held on 9th March at The Spine in Liverpool. Discover how to create a private, standalone 5G network, and how it can help bridge the digital divide, combat digital poverty and improve health and wellbeing. The event is available to attend both in-person in Liverpool, and…

  • Liverpool 5G Network Update

    The Liverpool 5G project has now installed 26 5G small cells, and 72 mmWave nodes, across the project area in Kensington. The 5G small cells are sourced and configured by Telet Research, with Blu Wireless providing the DN101 & DN201 nodes used in the network.   Project partners Broadway Partners are leading on the installation…

  • The Eden Project comes to Liverpool

    As part of ongoing collaboration between DCMS-funded testbed and trials projects, Liverpool 5G worked with the Eden Project to bring the Eden Universe to Rowan Garth care home. The team provided the care home with a projector, iPads and virtual reality headsets so that residents can remotely experience the Eden Project from the comfort of…

  • Liverpool GP Surgery Connected to Liverpool 5G Network

    The first GP surgery, Fairfield Medical Centre on Sheil Road, has been successfully connected to the Liverpool 5G network, and the service is now live. The connection is part of the 5G WAN Pilot for NHS Sites use case, which is being run in conjunction with NHS Informatics. The use case aims to demonstrate how…

  • L5G at KTN & UK5G Event: 5G Private Networks for Public Services

    Project Director, Rosemary Kay, and Project Health and Social Care Authority, Ann Williams, will be taking part in the KTN event “5G Private Networks for Public Services”, held in partnership with the UK5G SMEs & Regions Working Group. The event is being held in response to the pandemic, which has shown how services can be delivered…

  • First 5G Small Cells Installed in Kensington & Fairfield

    The first batch of 5G small cells have now been installed in the Liverpool 5G project area in Kensington & Fairfield. Having combatted challenges with Covid-19, global component shortages and manufacturing & distribution delays, the 5G small cells have now been delivered to the project, and installation has started. Project partners Telet arranged the procurement…

  • UK Government confirm programme is transforming industries

    The UK government has announced the DCMS-funded 5G Testbed & Trials programme is “already seeing next-generation networks transform industries”. Digital Secretary, Nadine Dorries, confirmed “5G technology is already revolutionising people’s lives and businesses”. The statements came as part of an announcement confirming 2G & 3G will be switched off by 2033, which will free up…

  • Liverpool 5G at the Giant Health Event 2021

    The GIANT (Global Innovation and New Technology) Health Event is Europe’s leading innovation festival, which aims to improve the health and well-being of people around the world, by facilitating healthcare innovation and supporting health-tech entrepreneurs and investors. The Liverpool 5G project will be well represented at the event, with two speakers from the project taking…