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Prince Group Auto21 (Taiwan) seeks 5G software or systems startups

Deadline: November 30, 2020

A leading Taiwan ILP member Prince Group Auto21 is looking for startups to meet in collaboration in 5G software or systems, specifically for 5G Open-RAN.

5G Open-RAN is a major open architecture push by Europe, Japan, US and German telecom companies (i.e. Ericsson, Nokia, NEC, Vodafone, Dish). Our member is interested in collaboration in the Taiwan ecosystem on 5G software and systems.

The organization is a large family business of 50+ years in Taiwan. Businesses include automobile, investment, IoT, systems.

Deadline: November 30, 2020
Posted on: October 19, 2020
Location: E-meeting (WebEx, Skype, Zoom, etc.)
Key Words:

A leading Taiwan ILP member Prince Group Auto21 is looking for startups to meet in collaboration in 5G software or systems, specifically for 5G Open-RAN.

5G Open-RAN is a major open architecture push by Europe, Japan, US and German telecom companies (i.e. Ericsson, Nokia, NEC, Vodafone, Dish). Our member is interested in collaboration in the Taiwan ecosystem on 5G software and systems.

The organization is a large family business of 50+ years in Taiwan. Businesses include automobile, investment, IoT, systems.

Application Requirements

In your response, please

  • Concisely what you offer & your match with the company above and their interest
  • Any relevant cases / customer stories (can indicate industry/size if not ready to go public)
  • Your availability for the meeting
  • Application Requirements

    In your response, please

    • Concisely what you offer & your match with the company above and their interest
    • Any relevant cases / customer stories (can indicate industry/size if not ready to go public)
    • Your availability for the meeting

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