GTI Sub-6GHz 5G Device Whitepaper targets enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) scenario for Sub-6GHz 5G pre-commercial and commercial products, which discusses Form Factor of 5G Devcie, Communication Function and Performance requirements and the hot topics of 5G Devcie Implementation. This document conducted to be the technical references for the development of chipset/ device and the basis for the 5G pre-commercial and commercial products specs.
The objective of this white paper is to layout the high level view on the business motivation to drive 5G commercialization, the spectrum availability at sub-6GHz frequency bands and the possible deployment scenarios might be considered by worldwide operators.
In the face of 5G services and market trends, there are many key capabilities and performance indicators for 5G network, base station and device. And there are also challenges for 5G Core Network Design and Implementation, so 5G Core Network Whitepaper is necessary to define the technical requirements for 5G Device and direct the research and analysis on key points. GTI encourages the industry partners to participate the 5G activities and work together to make contributions to the 5G Corer Network White Paper.
Computer vision based on artificial intelligence technology (hereinafter referred to as AI Vision) is the foundation of machine perception and cognition, and it is one of the fastest-growing areas of artificial intelligence. As reported, 91% of human information about the world comes from images captured by eyes. AI vision technology has the ultimate goal of making computers see and understand the world as humans.
The 5G network system can build on-demand network slices to satisfy different service requirements. Network slicing enables the operator to create networks customized to provide optimized solutions for different market scenarios which demand diverse requirements, e.g. in the areas of functionality, performance and isolation. For each scenario, the 5G network can provide appropriate network functionalists, to achieve the goal of building on-demand network and get better performance. Multiple 5G slices can concurrently operate on the same infrastructure.
Unlike the exiting architecture that was designed for the delivery of personal communication services and content, 5G need support a wide variety of new applications and services, so the architecture evaluation is necessary, the network needs to be more flexible and scalable to cope with a broader range of business domains with a variety of different characteristics. The whitepaper describes the challenges to meet these service demands, and introduce a series key technologies to solve these problems. Finally, here are some feasible solutions to enable typical use cases.