Synergies

Global5G.org is a new 5G PPP Phase 2 Coordination & Support Action with the specific role of helping to strengthen the link between vertical industries, standardisation and research as diverse requirements emerge from different vertical industry use cases. Global5G.org will also play a role in supporting consensus building on standardisation and harmonisation on policy and regulations across the EU.
Brasscom, Brazilian Association of Information Technology and Communication Technology Companies, gathers the most important and influential ICT companies in Brazil.
The 5G Infrastructure Public Private Partnership (5G PPP) is a joint initiative between the European Commission and European ICT industry (ICT manufacturers, telecommunications operators, service providers, SMEs and researcher Institutions). The 5G PPP will deliver solutions, architectures, technologies and standards for the ubiquitous next generation communication infrastructures of the coming decade.
5G-RANGE is a project funded in the fourth coordinated call Europe – Brazil which will design, develop, implement and validate the mechanisms to enable the 5G network to provide an economically effective solution for Internet access for remote areas.
5GINFIRE is a three years Research and Innovation action / project under the EU programme Horizon 2020. The main goal of 5GINFIRE is to build and operate an open, and extensible 5G NFV-based reference (Open5G-NFV) ecosystem of experimental facilities that not only integrates existing FIRE facilities with new vertical-specific ones, but also lays down the foundations for instantiating fully softwarised architectures of vertical industries and experimenting with them. 
The NECOS project addresses the limitations of current cloud computing infrastructures to respond to the demand of new services, as presented in two use-cases, that will drive the whole execution of the project.
The EUBrasilCloudFORUM, a 24 month Coordination and Support Action (CSA), is the consolidated result of the efforts pooled together by representatives of the EU-Brazil Working Group set up at the EUBrazil workshop held in July 2014, in Brasilia. The group was formed to create a report for the European Commission (EC) and for the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation (MCTI) on the future of EU-Brazil calls.