UK TELECOMS INNOVATION NETWORK

The UK Telecoms Innovation Network - or UKTIN - launched on 1 October.  Funded by DCMS, it is designed to act as an information and ideas hub for industry and academics looking to collaborate on developing new mobile and broadband technology.

It provides a single point of coordination across the UK telecoms ecosystem, ensuring knowledge is effectively and efficiently shared across the telecoms industry. It covers all aspects of the telecoms sector, from wireless infrastructure (chip to RAN) to satellite, system integration, fibre, network security, network management (eg OSS/BSS), AI, and data cloud infrastructure.

While UKTIN is developing its own web portal, UK5G.org will operate as the temporary home for UKTIN.  

To find out more about UKTIN you can read the DCMS announcement here or contact the team at enquiries@uktin.net.

Meet the UKTIN Delivery Partners

UKTIN is delivered by a consortium of four partners: Digital Catapult, CW (Cambridge Wireless), University of Bristol and WM5G.

Digital Catapult

Digital Catapult is the UK's leading advanced digital technology innovation centre, accelerating the adoption of new and emerging technologies to drive regional, national and international growth for businesses across the UK economy.

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CW (Cambridge Wireless)

CW is the leading international community for companies involved in the research, development and application of wireless and mobile, internet, semiconductor and software technologies.

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University of Bristol

The University of Bristol is at the cutting edge of global research. With a reputation for innovation their research tackles some of the world’s most pressing issues in areas as diverse as infection and immunity, human rights, climate change, and cryptography and information security.

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WM5G

A brand new innovation and digital acceleration company, born from a 3-year DCMS funded programme to accelerate the roll out of 5G as part of the 5G Testbeds and Trials Programme. They are now using the case studies and learnings from the testbed trials to benefit organisations primarily in the connectivity, transport, manufacturing and healthcare sectors.

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