#PAWRCOSMOS – One of two initial #NSFfunded Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research – is #NYC based @CUSEAS @siliconharlem @CUNY @RutgersU @NYU @UofA ‏@IBM @US_Ignite @NSF_CISE #PAWR #Harlem

PAWRThe National Science Foundation (NSF) has announced that one of the initial the two initial Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) funded projects will be in NYC – COSMOS: Cloud Enhanced Open Software Defined Mobile Wireless Testbed for City-Scale Deployment, Rutgers University, Columbia University, and New York University. From the press release:

COSMOS is partnering with New York City, Silicon Harlem, City College of New York, University of Arizona and IBM, to bring this advanced wireless test bed to life in New York City. The test bed will cover 1 square mile in a vibrant, densely-populated neighborhood in West Harlem. The technical focus of the COSMOS platform is on ultra-high-bandwidth and low-latency wireless communications, with tightly coupled edge computing, a type of cloud computing enabling data processing at the edge of the network. COSMOS will pursue millimeter-wave radio communications and dynamic optical switching technologies. This new wireless research platform will allow for experimentation at a scale that could not be achieved previously, thereby enabling new services and applications to benefit the entire community.


Webcast of the PAWR launch – April 27 2017: https://isoc-ny.org/p2/9161