Ericsson to open collaborative innovation space in Budapest

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Swedenʼs Ericsson announced the opening of a collaborative workspace at its research and development base in Budapest. The "Ericsson Garage" will offer "representatives from operators, academia, start-up companies and players from other industries as well as local communities" a place to innovate, Ericsson said. 

The garage will focus on cloud computing and virtualization at the start. Gábor Peceli, rector of Budapest University of Technology and Economics, which has cooperated with Ericsson for more than 23 years, said the garage would take their joint activities "to the next level".

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