Curiosity Lab Fuels 5G Innovation through an Incubator Program with T-Mobile and Georgia Tech
Earlier this month, Curiosity Lab announced the launch of the 5G Connected Future incubator program in collaboration with T-Mobile and the Georgia Institute of Technology.
The incubator, housed at Curiosity Lab, will support the growth and development of entrepreneurs and startups as they work to build the next big thing in 5G, such as autonomous vehicles, robotics, industrial drone applications, mixed reality training and entertainment, remote medical care, personal health and fitness wearables, and more.
The new incubator, managed in collaboration with Georgia Tech’s Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), is an expansion of the T-Mobile Accelerator and part of the Un-carrier’s efforts to fuel 5G innovation.
Companies participating in the 5G Connected Future program will work directly with technology and business leaders at T-Mobile Accelerator, Georgia Tech and Curiosity Lab as they build, test, and bring to market new products and services that unleash the potential of T-Mobile 5G.
You can read more about this collaboration here.
Q: How can startups apply?
A: Startups interested in joining the 5G Connected Future program can apply here.
Q: How many companies/startups can the program support?
A: There is not currently a limit, but we strongly recommend not waiting around to join the process as applying early will have its benefits.
Q: How does 5G help startups?
A: 5G supplies the low latency and high-speed connectivity that today’s technology innovators need to create the complex technology of tomorrow.