This week, the University of Connecticut (UConn) made a major 5G announcement.
UConn Stamford will become one of the first college campuses in the Northeast region to adopt AT&T’s 5G+ and Multi-Access Edge technology to power its Entrepreneurship & Innovation Co-op and Data Science Incubator.
What does this mean? UConn Stamford is strategically bringing 5G capabilities on campus. The AT&T 5G+ network will allow the university to advance academic programs in entrepreneurship and innovation, open avenues to new cutting-edge research, and explore new 5G use cases that could attract, grow and transform companies. In UConn’s hands, ultra-fast, reliable connectivity will open doors of opportunity for students, faculty, businesses, and the community, enabling innovation in countless areas.
Read the official Press Release from UConn Stamford here.
As part of this announcement, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont appeared with AT&T Business CEO Anne Chow in a fireside chat during this week’s international COLLISION conference, “North America’s fastest growing tech conference.”
Check out their discussion about 5G, UConn and making Connecticut an innovation and technology hub.
AT&T is grateful to the entire team at UConn Stamford for their collaboration. And we applaud Governor Lamont for taking his vision for a modern, connected, and cutting-edge Connecticut and making it a reality.
We’re looking forward to seeing what the bright minds at UConn Stamford will do with the power of 5G at their fingertips.