5G/6G Innovation Testbed

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Special Presentation by Brad Kloza & Naresh Babu of IEEE 5G/6G Innovation Testbed

Hosted by the Future Networks Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning (AIML) Working Group

Date/Time: Thursday, April 4th, 2024 @ 6pm EDT / 3pm PDT


5G/6G Innovation Testbed


IEEE recognized a need to fill in the space of collaborative innovation for 5G and 6G networks and to facilitate the transition of ideas into real technologies that could help better human connectivity. Understanding that the industry and research communities thrive best in a neutral environment not bound by geography, proprietary technologies, or testing scope, IEEE created the 5G/6G Innovation Testbed to foster collaborative experimentation and advancement among stakeholders in the 5G and 6G ecosystem. These stakeholders, including telecommunications operators, equipment vendors, and application developers, rely on each other to deliver exceptional products and services across an ever-evolving network, and that interdependence requires significant testing for conformity and interoperability.

The Innovation Testbed will also serve the academic community in teaching and research, by using real network elements in their testing and analysis. This makes university-obtained data more valuable and usable by industry and will help train a new generation of graduates who are more prepared for real-world applications thanks to hands-on experience gained in the Innovation Testbed.

EEE further envisions the platform to serve as a foundational place of origin for the Network of the Future, driven by a diverse array of leaders in industry and the research community who work together on innovations, standards, and applications across sectors including manufacturing 2.0, healthcare, agriculture, autonomous vehicles, gaming, connected products, smart cities, virtual reality, and more.

IEEE’s position as a neutral, global organization, and our use of open-source components to power the Innovation Testbed, enable our platform to become a hub and federated testbed model. This allows multiple companies to test the compatibility of components located on their premises by using our platform as a mediator to interface their platforms without breaching security or company firewalls.

Join the webinar to learn how you can benefit from the IEEE 5G/6G Innovation Testbed

  Date and Time




  • Date: 04 Apr 2024
  • Time: 06:00 PM to 07:00 PM
  • All times are (UTC-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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  • Baw Chng baw@ieee.org
  • Co-sponsored by IEEE Future Networks
  • Starts 25 March 2024 10:00 PM
  • Ends 04 April 2024 07:00 PM
  • All times are (UTC-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
  • No Admission Charge


Brad Kloza of IEEE Future Directions



Media and storytelling veteran across print, video and web, currently developing strategic programs and building multinational communities of experts around emerging technology areas, with a focus on advancing technology for the benefit of humanity.


Naresh Babu


Having several years of professional experience in Telecom and IT. Implemented many features in 4G technology using Agile Methodology for various telecom client projects. Experience in cloud native product development. Experience in developing scripts for automation testing.