Teamwork can make the 5G dream work: A collaborative system architecture for 5G

A research team led by Prof. Jeongho Kwak from Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST) has designed a novel system architecture where collaboration between cloud service providers and mobile network operators plays a crucial role. Such a collaborative architecture would allow for optimizing the use of network, computing, and storage resources, thereby unlocking the potential of various novel services and applications.

That many novel network- and cloud-dependent services will become commonplace in the next few years is evident. Through simulations, the research team went on to demonstrate how CSP-MNO collaboration could bring about potential performance improvements. Moreover, they discussed on the present challenges that need to be overcome before such a system can be implemented, including calculating the financial incentives for each party and certain compatibility issues during the transition to a collaborative system architecture.



In the age of high-speed mobile Internet, the construction of media convergence center will face more fierce competition in market as the in-depth promotion of 5G networks and the application of 5G products and technologies. In face of a new round of technological innovation, the program production and broadcasting, data transmission and processing in media convergence center will be supported by more advanced technologies. The 5G network technology will bring unprecedented transformation and development opportunities for the construction of the media center.

The paper published in the journal of Probe - Media and Communication Studies thinks that by catering to the market demand and the development potential of technology application, a brand-new media format and a new radio and television media brand can be set up.

In this case, the sustained and healthy development of radio and television media industry will be promoted and the construction speed of media convergence center will be accelerated.

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