CREATE-NET (Center for Research and Telecommunication Experimentation for Networked Communities)

CNET is an international research consortium based in northern Italy and founded in 2003 by some of the most prestigious universities and research centers in Europe (Technion, University of Trento, Fondazione Bruno Kessler), which employs around 75 people. By bringing together major academic institutions, corporations and research actors from around the world, CNET is engaged in combining highest quality research, addressing telecommunications and advanced services challenges, with experimentation on a unique real life testing and experimentation infrastructure in Trentino. CNET’s objective is to sponsor the highest quality research and innovation, and help convert talent and human capital into patents and start-ups for promoting European high-tech competitiveness, with the aim of building a global platform of scientific collaboration and experimentation in communications-driven technologies and applications.