This White Paper tackles a more challenging, complex and practical domain by consolidating the pre-commercial network slicing test results from different chipset platforms and indicates that 5G smartphones and 5G S-modules have been able to support network slicing.
This white paper introduces the digital twin-oriented 5G+ proximity network architecture, and gives the future 5G+ proximity network technology evolution direction and application prospects based on market, industry, technical requirements, etc., which may promote the digital and intelligent transformation of vertical industries.
GTI Computing Force Network Service Security White Paper_v1.0.0 7 th / 9 / 2022
Based on the service operation mechanism of the computing force network, this white paper comprehensively analyzes the security risks and gives the security strategies in the four stages of user access, computing network arrangement, task execution and transaction settlement, so as to guide the industry to improve the security ability of computing network service.
GTI Classification of Malicious Links for Vertical Industries_v1.0.0 26 th / 8 / 2022
This white paper aims to unify the malicious links classification framework and standardize the type and name of malicious links. This is conducive to the design, development, construction and evaluation of the malicious links monitoring system. At the same time, it provides basic support for different vendors to realize information sharing and exchange. It also provides strong support for Internet governance.
GTI 5G Device Function and Performance Test Specification_v4.3 7 th / 5 / 2022
This specification provides evaluation criteria for basic functions and performance in the 5G test. Considering various test requirements, specific test cases and methods are designed, together with the basic requirements for each test category, number of test devices, and tailored agreements.
GTI White Paper on Future Spectrum Demand of 6GHz Band 23 rd / 3 / 2022
This white paper will the global market development progress and application trends, analyze the spectrum needs and address how new spectrum could benefit both the new market of mobile networks and the industry innovations. It concludes that additional spectrum is needed for IMT/5G to provide the capacity for innovation and future development. Harmonization of the 6GHz spectrum for IMT is imperative to sustain future capacity needs for affordable connectivity.