5G Open Innovation Lab (5G OI Lab) has announced three new corporate partnerships and welcomed 16 multi-stage startups, partner-selected to join The Lab’s Fall program. SK Telecom, GAF, and Deloitte join 5G Open Innovation Lab’s growing list of global partners dedicated to fostering disruptive innovation on the Edge.

Today’s announcement of the Fall batch brings 5G Open Innovation Lab’s startup ecosystem to 87 participating companies. Startups selected for the Fall program work on cutting-edge enterprise solutions in digital transformation, network security, smart manufacturing, IoT and wireless connectivity, network and data analytics, social robotics, private LTE/5G networks, and augmented reality.

Since the 5G Open Innovation Lab’s program inception in 2020, participating startups and alumni have raised a lifetime total of $1.154B with several exits valued at $200+M.

The startups selected to join the 5G Open Innovation Lab’s Fall batch are: Accuknox, Aira Technologies, Arcturus Studio, Arix Technologies, Atalayan, DeepKeep.ai, Everguard.ai, Firecell.io, Furhat Robotics, Monogoto, Neutroon, Sunlight.io, Swim.inc, Synadia, Wilab and Zededa.

Jim Brisimitzis, Founder and General Partner of the 5G Open Innovation Lab, says: “Startups that are part of this program will attest that the connections we help forge allow them to advance their innovation and commercialization goals at an unprecedented pace. So, we are delighted to welcome the latest startups to our program and join forces with our newest corporate partners, SK Telecom, GAF and Deloitte, to transform Edge into an enterprise reality.”

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