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Feds invest $15 million to further EXFO’s 5G development

Briefs | 10/31/2022 2:57 pm EDT
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The federal government has granted EXFO Inc. $15.9 million for 5G technology development, it was announced Monday. The company will establish a 5G Centre of Excellence and create 50 new jobs in Montreal. The jobs will involve research and data scientists, and software and telecom specialists.

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