10 leading 5G projects

Capacity Media highlighted ten projects covering new ground in the 5G space, including the edge-computing lab, Living Edge Lab, that Deutsche Telekom launched in collaboration with Crown Castle. The article noted that the Living Edge Lab project is an "ultra-low latency mobile testbed, which has been launched at three sites on-premise at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh."

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