6G networks: semantic and goal

Even though 5G networks are still at an early deployment stage, they already represent a breakthrough in the design of communication networks, shaped around their ability to provide a single platform enabling a variety of different services, ranging from enhanced Mobile BroadBand (eMBB) communications to virtual reality, automated driv- ing, Internet-of-Things, etc. Nevertheless, looking at future new uses of technologies, applications, and services, as well as at the recent predictions for the development of new technologies expected for 2030, it is already possible to foresee the need to move Beyond 5G (B5G) and to design new technological enablers for B5G connect-compute networks [1], incorporating new technologies to satisfy future needs at both individual and societal levels. While some near future technolog- ical solutions will be included in the long-term evolution of 5G, others will require a radical change, leading to the standardization of the new 6th Generation (6G).

Authors: Richard Bell

Date: 2021

Upload Date: 9/30/2021 7:37:09 AM

Format: epub

Pages: 48



Language: English



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