02 Mar 2017

Keysight Technologies Joins 5G Automotive Association

Keysight has joined the 5G Automotive Association, or 5GAA (www.5gaa.org). With its expertise in 5G design and test, as well as the collaborations with leading 5G research companies and academics, a Keysight spokesperson said that it looks forward to contributing in connecting the next-generation 5G wireless communication and the automotive technologies together to innovate connected mobility and road safety.

Already a member of a number of automotive industry associations; wireless standard organizations, including 3GPP, and leading 5G consortia; Keysight said that is aims to play a strategic role in providing the broadest design and test tools - from legacy 2G, 3G and 4G, to emerging 5G wireless technologies. Keysight currently provides the automotive industry with a comprehensive array of design, simulation and test solutions for 5G research.

"Keysight has a strong track record of providing industry leading design, test and manufacturing solutions for the wireless communications, millimeter wave and automotive systems tests," said Siegfried Gross, vice president and general manager of Keysight's Automotive and Energy Solutions. "With our participation in the 5G Automotive Association, we look forward to contributing and applying our 5G insights to the next-generation of intelligent transportation technologies."

"We welcome Keysight's industry leadership in the 5G design and test arena," said Dino Flore, director general of the 5GAA. "Coupled with their experience in a wide spectrum of test and measurement applications for connected and autonomous cars, their participation will bring valuable insights to our association as we work on developing intelligent transport systems of the future for the automotive industry."

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