Eurescom is a leading European provider of project management services in the high-tech area. The company’s focus is on research and development in the information and communications technologies sector. Eurescom’s mission in OPTI-6G is to enable efficient results of this project and discuss objectives through a coordinated collaboration between all members. The company has more than three decades of experience in managing multinational collaborative R&D projects, programmes, and initiatives in the ICT sector. The services of Eurescom include launching, managing and supporting international research and development programmes and projects as well as providing the administrative infrastructure for technology initiatives.
Clients of Eurescom include major European telecoms network operators and service providers, global ICT manufacturers, multinational technology initiatives, and the European Union. The company maintains a large network of international experts in ICT and other high-tech sectors, who can be mobilised on demand for suitable projects and initiatives.

Brunel University London (BUL) is a public research university located in the Uxbridge area of London, England. It is the Technical responsible for the OPTI-6G project. Founded in 1966 and named after Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the Victorian engineer and pioneer of the Industrial Revolution, the Brunel College of Advanced Technology was awarded in June 1966 a royal charter and became Brunel University; and in 2014 the university formally adopted the name Brunel University London (BUL). The university is considered a British plate glass university.
Brunel has over 16,150 students and 2,500 staff, and an annual income of £271.3 million (2021–22), of which £22.4 million was from research grants and contracts, with an expenditure of £311.9 million.


The research conducted at LISV focuses on robotics, mechanics, automation and instrumentation. The Interactive Robotics team mainly studies interactive robotized systems intended for human assistance and service (handicap, silver economy). The Instrumentation and Modelling of Advanced systems and nanosystems team focuses on advanced systems (melding electronics, optics, mechanics and control). Thanks to those teams, the lab can control the chain in its entirety : modelling – simulation – conception – system command. This expertise allows LISV to be an important partner and active member of the VEDECOM ITE and several competitivity poles such as Mov’eo and AeroSpace Valley.

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RunEL was founded by RunCom veterans, the people behind the invention of the OFDMA technology. Today, they continue to strive for excellence in innovation and relentless execution. In early 2000’s RunCom introduced OFDMA to international standard committees to make it the physical layer basis of the 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution)  and WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) Cellular Networks used today the contribution to bringing Video, Voice, and Data Internet to people around the world is undoubtedly significant and has had a profound impact. The OFDMA technology played a crucial role in enabling widespread access to these essential services. The proliferation of smartphones, iPads, iPhones, and other devices has been made possible through reliable and efficient connectivity. Providing people with access to internet services has helped to bridge the digital divide and empower individuals across the globe. 



The European Smart Networks and Services Joint Undertaking (SNS JU) is a Public-Private Partnership that aims to facilitate and develop industrial leadership in Europe in 5G and 6G networks and services. The SNS JU funds projects that shape a solid research and innovation (R&I) roadmap and deployment agenda by engaging a critical mass of European stakeholders and facilitating international cooperation on various 6G initiatives.

OPTI-6G is part of the SNS JU programme and has received funding from the European Horizon Europe Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under the grant agreement number 101139292.

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