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With its white paper on 6G services, capabilities and key technologies, vivo offers a glimpse into the future and shows the opportunities of a world with billions of connected devices by 2030. […]

The headquarters of vivo for research and development in Chang'an, Dongguan, China.  (c) vivo
The headquarters of vivo for research and development in Chang’an, Dongguan, China. (c) vivo

The vivo Communications Research Institute recently published its third 6G white paper. The title says it all: “Building a Freely Connected Physical and Digitally Integrated World: 6G Services, Capabilities and Enabling Technologies”. The white paper shows the preconditions for 6G technology and the underlying key technologies that Vivo experts believe will continue to shape people’s lives after 2030. With the merging of the digital and physical worlds and the impact on our future lives, 6G services will require completely new system architectures.

Services and capabilities: Creation of a new digital dimension

Under the white paper, experts believe that 6G will provide exceptional communications, information and convergent computing performance, combining communications, computing and discovery in a single system. An integrated 6G network connects not only people with people, but also people with machines and machines with machines, creating a whole new digital world. Hundreds of billions of devices are expected to be connected by 2030.

According to Vivo’s findings, 6G will expand basic telecommunications services to create entirely new experiences such as immersive mixed reality, holographic and multi-sensory communications. The 6G mobile data connection services will continue to improve in capacity, data rate, latency, reliability and many other aspects and therefore need to be developed several times as compared to 5G.

Key technologies for ubiquitous connectivity

New network features need to be introduced to support the new 6G services. As 6G brings together mobile networks and data processing, data interaction between domains and native AI networks, an entirely new system architecture is required.

The integration of sensors and communications opens up new possibilities for mobile networks: Native AI in 6G would improve the efficiency of networks and air interfaces, increase system flexibility and reduce costs. Adopting an end-to-end cross-layer data plane is essential to support intelligent and fundamental information services. The extremely energy-efficient communication lowers the barrier to access to end devices and enables truly ubiquitous connectivity. According to the report of vivo Communications, established in 2016 Research Institutes. This mainly focuses on the research and standardization of 5G technology. To date, the institute has submitted more than 8,000 5G proposals to the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), with 15 technical features and three projects approved.

Those interested can read the entire vivo whitepaper, Building a Freely Connected Physical and Digital Integrated World: 6G Services, Capabilities and Enabling Technologies. here to download.

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