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Óbuda Uni inaugurates 5G lab

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Budapest's University of Óbuda inaugurated a laboratory for gauging 5G mobile networks this week, according to hvg.hu.

The laboratory was established with the cooperation of the Special Service for National Security and Vodafone Hungary.

Hedvig Szabó, who heads the Special Service for National Security, said the lab would undertake research and innovative activities that have everyday applications as well as serve national security.

While the university provides the scientific foundation for that research, Vodafone and Nokia are the industry partners in the project, she added.

Szabó noted that the organizations have cooperated for two years already. University of Óbuda deputy rector Ervin Rácz said the lab and related infrastructure would reinforce practice-oriented instruction on campus.

He noted that the school had inaugurated a 4G lab in 2017.

Vodafone Hungary deputy-CEO Anita Orbán said the company is providing a private network for the university.

Nokia Enterprise Hunga ry division head Zoltán Lázár said the lab advancing network security would be useful for both academia and the business sector.

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