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Waystream joins AI-Net research project under Celtic-Next

Monday 8 March 2021 | 13:17 CET | News
Swedish broadband network equipment vendor Waystream said it is participating in the pan-European applied Artificial Intelligence research project AI-Net, part of the Celtic-Next scheme. This will give it an opportunity to continue to develop its ideas for using AI and next generation broadband networks. AI-Net is a consortium of about 30 small and large industrial companies, operators, research institutes and universities.

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Companies: Waystream
Countries: Europe / Sweden
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