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6G Cloud and Edge Computing

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- Overview

5G is not yet mature, 6G is undoubtedly a vague concept, and the standard work has not yet officially started.

Still, many experts in the field expect 6G technology to increase reliance on distributed cloud and edge computing resources and use higher frequency bands.

In fact, 6G is expected to usher in a new era of intelligent interconnection of the Internet of People, the Internet of Things, and the Internet of Intelligence, solving the challenges faced by human beings from various aspects, and helping to improve the world we live in together.

To empower 6G networks with AI capabilities, mobile and IoT devices at the edge of the network will continuously generate large amounts of multimodal data about the physical environment.

Driven by this trend, there is an urgent need to push the AI frontier to the edge of the network to fully unleash the potential of 6G networks. To meet this demand, edge computing, as an emerging paradigm that pushes computing tasks and services from the network core to the network edge, has been widely recognized as an integral part of the upcoming 6G network.

Many believe that by 2030, everyone will be using 6G and a computing model in the cloud that is not dependent on location or any particular device delivering the service. In other words, the cloud will facilitate the 6G on-demand computing service-oriented mechanism.

The combination of cloud and AI in 6G mobile network services should improve our lives, make road accidents almost zero, provide advanced special medical care, and reduce crime rates in society.



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