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Taiwan’s III and the French LETI Sign a MOU for the Development of IoTs and 5G

By Korbin Lan
Published: Oct 04,2016

Dr. Laurent Herault(left) and Ho Bao-Zhong.

TAIPEI, Taiwan – LETI, a French research-and-technology organization with activities in energy, IT, healthcare, defence and security, and Taiwan’s Institute for Information Industry (III) offically signed a Memorandum of Understanding yesterday, the two sides will collaborate on developing in the Internet of Things and 5G wireless communication technology.

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This cooperation will last for three years, the scope of which crossed the implementation of Internet of Things and Intelligent 5G ICT Solutions, international partnership and cooperation programs, technology and scientific exchange, development of the test and solution verification platform.

Dr. Laurent Herault, vice president of the LETI, said that the LETI and the III both have the decent technologies and complementary ecosystems, and he was pleased to open the cooperation between two sides today. He also believed that the cooperation can lead more innovations in the 5G and the Internet of things solution, and bring more opportunities and possibilities for Taiwan and France's industry.

Ho Bao-Zhong, executive vice president of the III, said that the cooperation will further develop the Internet of Things technology, and will increase the applied abilities of the industry. We look forward to collaborating with LETI to open a new page for both parties and to establish a long and solid R&D partnership.

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