WASHINGTON, Sept. 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Wireless Innovation Forum is proud to congratulate member University of Colorado – Boulder (CU Boulder) for being chosen as a participating research organization in the National Science Foundation's new $25 million National Center for Wireless Spectrum Research (SII-Center) known as SpectrumX, which was also the name of the winning team in the competition for the award. The project will be led by the University of Notre Dame and will bring together experts from 29 organizations to transform the landscape of spectrum research, education, collaboration, and management.
"The Forum is elated that CU Boulder has been chosen to participate in this landmark project," said Forum President John Glossner of Optimum Semiconductor Technologies. "Programs such as this are vital in supporting the mission and objectives of our members. We believe that leveraging your findings could be a significant step in helping to address the key issues identified by our members in our 'Top 10 Most Wanted Wireless Innovations'"
Per an announcement on the CU Boulder web site, Terri Fiez, vice chancellor for research and innovation at CU Boulder, responded that "The diverse team of CU Boulder researchers, university and industry partners and federal labs, along with a unique entrepreneurial approach, truly embodies the spirit of collaboration and innovation that have become the hallmark of our research enterprise."
Forum member National Institute for Standards and Technology will also be involved in the project as a government participant.
About the Wireless Innovation Forum
Established in 1996, the Wireless Innovation Forum™ comprises an international group of equipment vendors, subsystem vendors, software developers, technology developers, communication service providers, research and engineering organizations, academic institutions, government users, regulators and others who share the common business interests of advancing technologies supporting the innovative utilization of spectrum and the development of wireless communications systems, including essential or critical communications systems. www.WirelessInnovation.org. Forum projects are supported by platinum sponsor Thales.
SOURCE Wireless Innovation Forum