TeraGo Inc. has entered into a partnership with McMaster University\u00a0 to build and deploy a 5G millimeter wave private network for research. The project is the first university-based research network in Canada. \u201cThe beauty of the work we will be doing is that it solves real life, business and societal problems which will make it appealing to both the Canadian government and corporate enterprises,\u201d chief operating officer Blake Wetzel said in a Monday news release. \u201cThis current project is just the beginning of the partnership between TeraGo and McMaster University and I very much look forward to the additional synergies that we\u2019re able to jointly collaborate on.\u201d John Preston, Associate Dean of research, innovation and external relations at the Hamilton-based school\u2019s Faculty of Engineering added: "At McMaster University, seeing the innovation process all the way to the end user's benefit is a core competency that we embrace, and this partnership perfectly embodies just that. With TeraGo's coveted millimeter wave spectrum, combined with the enthusiasm, creativity and expertise of our research team, we are confident that robust technologies addressing real world problems will emerge from this foundational partnership with TeraGo as well as the additional strategic partners that join in the future." Toronto-based TeraGo operates in Canada\u2019s six largest cities.