Joint Beyond 5G Research Initiative

NKUA-ScanLab participates in a new joint research initiative that waslaunched in September 2020 towards developing the concepts and technological enablers that will formulate the first Beyond 5G (B5G)systems.

The initiative covers the full beyond 5G value chain satellite, network,cloud, cloud-edge computing, ML, AI, end-to-end cybersecurity, innovative devices, Industry IoT, cell-less MIMO and Terahertz Communication and addresses vertical services for automotive and augmented reality for ultra-high data rates.

JB5GRI has been formed by a number of organizations both from the industry, as well as the academia. The initiators are: Aalborg University(Denmark), ADLINK (France), Altice Labs (Portugal), FIVECOMM (Spain),Holo-Light (Germany), Huawei (Germany), NKUA – ScanLab (Greece),TELENOR (Norway), University of Bremen (Germany), Instituto deTelecomunicações (ITAV) (Portugal).

The B5G system that JB5G envisions sets the following primary goals: -to develop a consumer-centric service delivery platform, to berealized as a multi-tenant infrastructure from heterogeneous resources. -to develop and analyze smart and context-aware runtime selectionand dimensioning paradigms, capable both of integrating resourcesand of executing services in a dynamic and optimized way,contributing to the challenges of sustainable developmentobjectives (SDG).-to initiate an ecosystem building process for a green and versatileconsumer-oriented ICT service delivery market, integrating allrelevant stakeholders.-to actively promote design space assessments and conclusions onrecommendations for B5G system architectures.

The B5G system that JB5G envisions sets the following primary goals:

  • to develop a consumer-centric service delivery platform, to be realized as a multi-tenant infrastructure from heterogeneous resources.
  • to develop and analyze smart and context-aware runtime selection and dimensioning paradigms, capable both of integrating resources and of executing services in a dynamic and optimized way, contributing to the challenges of sustainable development objectives (SDG).
  • to initiate an ecosystem building process for a green and versatile consumer-oriented ICT service delivery market, integrating all relevant stakeholders.
  • to actively promote design space assessments and conclusions on recommendations for B5G system architectures.

More information: JB5GRI Home Page, jointb5gresearchinitiative.eu