OPPO Unveils Vision for 6G’s Transformative Role in Communication Sector
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By The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies 

In a landscape where 5G coverage remains uneven, conversations about the imminent arrival of 6G are already taking the spotlight. OPPO, the global technology company, has shared its vision for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and 6G through two newly released white papers: the 2023 OPPO 6G White Paper and OPPO 6G Security White Paper.

As international standards for 6G technology are in the process of being defined, these documents delve into the fresh possibilities brought forth by an era of intelligent connectivity, offering a concrete roadmap for the future of 6G.

The first white paper delves into how 6G will catalyze two mutually enabled billion-user markets – AI mobile computing and the mobile metaverse. This is achieved through expedited and multidimensional data transmission, augmented AI capabilities, and improved data perception, merging the physical and virtual worlds seamlessly. To address the requirements of 6G communication and AI computing, OPPO introduces a “minimized kernel” system design. This design provides a fundamental set of common features accessible through a minimal main subsystem, along with optimized subsystems for specific use cases. The proposed system design enables on-demand access to optimized processing units, ensuring efficient and flexible network performance with low costs and energy consumption, thereby establishing the groundwork for future communication systems.

The second white paper focuses on the security challenges and prerequisites for 6G networks. It underscores the shift from data transmission security to the security of the data itself and user privacy. OPPO is actively exploring technologies such as blockchain, physical layer security, AI security, and post-quantum security to formulate a zero-trust intelligent 6G security architecture. This architecture aims to fortify user data and service security and privacy, introduce new security capabilities based on service offerings, and adapt real-time security developments for future requirements.

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