Evolution of Networked Services through a Corridor in Quebec and Ontario for Research and Innovation
Providing a platform where small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can test ideas and technology.
ABOUT ENCQOR 5GENCQOR 5G (Evolution of Networked Services through a Corridor in Québec and Ontario for Research and Innovation) is a transformational Canada-Québec-Ontario partnership focused on research and innovation in the field of 5G disruptive technologies, on adoption initiatives and system uses. ENCQOR 5G establishes the first Canadian pre-commercial corridor of 5G digital infrastructure — the key to making the digital economy a reality.
ENCQOR 5G focuses on giving SMEs, researchers and academia access to 5G networks. The initiative is designed to both unlock the technological promise of 5G in the near term and drive long-term economic growth in Ontario and Québec and in the broader Canadian innovation ecosystem.
ENCQOR 5G STREAMS
ENCQOR 5G has four distinct streams focused on supporting small-to-medium sized enterprises across Ontario and Québec, assisting in the pre-development of research, collaboration and vital testing of 5G technologies.
ENCQOR 5G has five Digital Innovation Hubs, located in both Ontario and Québec, that will provide open access to state-of-the-art 5G infrastructure and technology. The Hubs are located in the following five communities:
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Latest News & Announcements
A Year of Outstanding Achievements for ENCQOR 5G Despite a Difficult Context
Here we are in 2021, at the end of an unusual year, which has pushed each of us in our own fields to review our ways of doing things and adapt to the new reality. Although ENCQOR 5G has been no exception, we can certainly say today, that our program was able to continue with success by adapting to the circumstances.
ENCQOR 5G INCREASES ITS MOMENTUM DESPITE THE CONSTRAINTS OF THE PANDEMIC
Mobilization and engagement activities within the ENCQOR 5G program are picking up pace this fall, despite the constraints posed by the pandemic.