Ericsson, MIT cooperate on research into lithionic chips and power through radio signals

Friday 9 July 2021 | 11:25 CET | News
MIT and Ericsson are collaborating on two research projects for infrastructure that supports new use cases that the next generation of mobile networks will bring. Ericsson is researching cognitive networks, which rely on artificial intelligence (AI) to enable a secure, highly automated, data-driven operation. To improve the compute power, speed and energy efficiency of cognitive networks, Ericsson Research and the MIT Materials Research Laboratory are collaborating to research new designs in lithionic chips enabling neuromorphic computing, for more energy-efficient AI processing. This could

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