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Delayering the business: is breaking up key to telco growth? – TM Forum

This report sets out to explore the benefits – and challenges – of structural separation and delayering, as well as defining those concepts and the specific characteristics of netcos, servcos and infracos. And it provides some case studies of CSPs that have embarked on those processes.

A physical layer security scheme for 6G wireless networks using post-quantum cryptography – Science Direct

This paper presents the design and implementation of an encryption scheme that ensures the confidentiality of data transmission in the physical layer of 6G networks. Our findings indicate that the proposed scheme offers satisfactory security protection against eavesdropping attacks by significantly enhancing the confidentiality of the transmitted signal.

Context-Aware Spectrum Coexistence of Terrestrial Beyond 5G Networks in Satellite Bands – Arxiv

Spectrum sharing between terrestrial 5G and incumbent networks in the satellite bands presents a promising avenue to satisfy the ever-increasing bandwidth demand of the next generation wireless networks. However, protecting incumbent operations from harmful interference poses a fundamental challenge. This paper proposes a context-aware method of managing interference.

The Roadmap of Communication and Networking in 6G for the Metaverse – IEEE

The Roadmap of Communication and Networking in 6G for the Metaverse – IEEE

This paper aims to depict the roadmap to the Metaverse in terms of communication and networking in 6G, including illustrating the framework of the Metaverse, revealing the strict requirements and challenges for 6G to realize the Metaverse, and discussing the fundamental technologies to be integrated in 6G to drive the implementation of the Metaverse, including intelligent sensing, digital twin (DT), space-air-ground-sea integrated network (SAGSIN), multi-access edging computing (MEC), blockchain, and the involved security issues.

Antenna Research Directions for 6G

Antenna Research Directions for 6G

This work reviews several key
research trends in antennas to fulfil demands for the fifth
generation of communications (5G) and beyond, especially 6G,
and considers novel antenna techniques and designs needed to
increase the smartness of the antenna systems and to provide
improved beamforming and security.

6G Applications and Use Cases – Next G Alliance

6G Applications and Use Cases – Next G Alliance

Next G Alliance explores four foundational areas of use cases (Everyday Living, Experience, Critical Roles, and Societal Goals), with the goal of better understanding how next-generation technology and its ecosystem can help improve the way humans live and interact.

Securing ArtificiaI Intelligence (SAI); The role of hardware in security of AI – ETSI

Securing ArtificiaI Intelligence (SAI); The role of hardware in security of AI – ETSI

ETSI’s newly published report gives an overview of the roles of general-purpose and specialized hardware, such as neural processors and neural networks, in enabling the security of AI. The report identifies hardware vulnerabilities and common weaknesses in AI systems and outlines the mitigations available in hardware to prevent attacks, as well as the general requirements on hardware to support the security of AI (SAI).

Dynamic infrastructure-as-a-service: A key paradigm for 6G networks and application to maritime communications – ITU

Dynamic infrastructure-as-a-service: A key paradigm for 6G networks and application to maritime communications – ITU

This paper highlights the missing elements in 5G that prevent evolutions of this technology from meeting future needs. Instead, they propose a disruptive communication paradigm to “ultimately enable the radical evolution of the current systems”, that interlink connectivity and computing seamlessly. They propose 6G should be able to “integrate and release, in a dynamic manner, heterogeneous types of resources, such as diverse types of network entities/nodes with nomadic, relaying, and multi-tenancy capabilities, which can enable demand-driven service provisioning, coverage extension, increased network capacity, and reduced energy consumption.”

6G: The Personal Tactile Internet And Open Questions for Information Theory – Information Theory Society

6G: The Personal Tactile Internet And Open Questions for Information Theory – Information Theory Society

The hype around 5G is, again, focusing on business customers, in particular in the context of campus networks. Consequently, 6G must provide an infrastructure to enable remote-controlled mobile robotic solutions for everyone—the Personal Tactile Internet. Which role can information and communication theory play in this context, and what are the big challenges ahead?

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