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Arralis, Tyndall Institute agree mmWave fab technology partnership

Tuesday 5 March 2019 | 21:23 CET | News
Irish technology manufacturer Arralis and ICT research centre Tyndall National Institute have signed a EUR 400,000 research agreement to develop next-generation mmWave fabrication technology for use in applications such as 5G, satellite communications and autonomous vehicles.

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Companies: Arralis
Countries: Ireland
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