Rohde & Schwarz, Helmut Schmidt University Conduct Joint Research on AI, ML

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The potential of future technologies to further enhance network analytics and security solutions will be a main topic in the partnership.

Students in Rohde & Schwarz’s computer room

ipoque GmbH, a Rohde & Schwarz company, has announced a strategic research partnership with Helmut Schmidt University in Hamburg, Germany to establish a programme of exchange and collaboration.

The R&S subsidiary provides market-leading network analytics solutions for more secure, reliable and efficient networks.

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The joint research will focus on artificial intelligence, machine learning and big data analytics in the field of network analytics and security. The partnership will continue for four years.

Keeping the networks of the future secure and reliable is an important challenge as IP traffic rates, protocol complexity and the number of cyberattacks continually increase. The potential of future technologies to further enhance network analytics and security solutions will be a main topic in the partnership.

Translating research into market-leading products

“This cooperation has strong benefits for both partners,” said Stephan Klokow, Director DPI, Rohde & Schwarz.

“Cooperating with leading research institutions is very important to us as innovation and research are part of our company’s DNA and the foundation of our technological leadership. We will contribute our deep technological expertise, while the Helmut Schmidt University offers an environment of innovation. Together we can translate research into market-leading products,” he added.

The Rohde & Schwarz technology group develops, produces and markets innovative communications, information and security products for professional users. The independent group achieved a net revenue of approximately EUR 2 billion in the 2017/2018 fiscal year (July to June).

The company has its headquarters in Munich, Germany. Internationally, it has subsidiaries in more than 70 countries, with regional hubs in Asia and America.

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