ITIS researchers participate in the plan of the Association of 5G IA Infrastructures for the development of 6G in Europe

On 7 June, The 5G Infrastructure Association published ‘ European Vision for the 6G Network Ecosystem’, a White Paper covering key areas related to 6G research from a technical, social, political and commercial perspective, providing a vision for future networks and services. Pedro Merino and Almudena Díaz, professors of the University of Malaga and members of the Institute of Technology and Software Engineering participated in the event.

The 5G Public Private Partnership (5G PPP) is a joint initiative of the European Commission, representing the public, and European ICT industry (equipment manufacturers, telecommunications operators, service providers, SMEs, research centres, universities and other companies), representing the private sector, which is grouped under the name 5G IA (Infrastructure Association 5G).

Pedro Merino

This Association, to which the UMA belongs, is committed to the advancement of 5G in Europe and to building a global consensus on this technology. To do this, it carries out a large number of activities in strategic areas. In addition to being a member of 5G IA, the University of Malaga is also part of the new Smart Networks and Services, (SNS), Professor Pedro Merino being the contact between the two.

‘European Vision for the 6G Network Ecosystem’ explains how 6G technology is expected to play a key role in the evolution of society towards the 2030 decade, as the convergence between the digital, physical and personal worlds will increasingly become a reality.

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