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Telefonica, MediaTek launch joint R&D initiative

Tuesday 21 July 2015 | 15:14 CET | News
Telefonica and MediaTek have signed an agreement to work together on IoT and wearable technology R&D as part of Telefonica's Labs initiative. The deal envisages the development of a Lab co-hosted by MediaTek Labs, which will allow ten engineering students from leading Spanish universities to work at MediaTek's R&D offices in Cambridge (UK) from September to December this year. Members of the Lab will be coached through a number of tasks, including developing demonstrations for trade shows, working on new proof-of-concepts for IoT and wearable devices built using MediaTek LinkIt development

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Companies: MediaTek / Telefonica
Countries: Spain
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