Nvidia introduces cloud-based infrastructure for 6G research and testing

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Nvidia introduces cloud-based infrastructure for 6G research and testing
Nvidia introduces cloud-based infrastructure for 6G research and testing

Nvidia has introduced an AI-powered software platform that enables researchers to investigate 6G technologies by simulating communication scenarios in the cloud.

On Monday, Nvidia (NVDA.O) launched an AI-powered software platform that allows researchers to study 6G technologies by mimicking communication scenarios on the cloud.

The latest communications technology known as 6G, the successor to 5G, is scheduled to be commercially available around 2030.

Software and artificial intelligence (AI) are increasingly being used in the telecom business, including RAN (radio access network) hardware such as base stations and antennas.

Nvidia’s platform will include an app that mimics scenarios like individual cell towers or entire towns, allowing researchers and organizations to test 6G networks in real time.

According to Nvidia, the platform’s early adopters include Ansys (ANSS.O), Nokia (NOKIA.HE), Samsung (005930.KS), SoftBank Corp. (9434.T), and Northeastern University in Boston.

“The massive increase in connected devices and host of new applications in 6G will require a vast leap in wireless spectral efficiency in radio communications,” said Ronnie Vasishta, Nvidia’s senior vice president of telecom, in a statement.

Technology stocks (SX8P) opened a new tab on Monday as investors prepared for Nvidia’s global artificial intelligence developer conference in San Jose, California.

However, European shares fell, led by a slide in the telecom sector. Ericsson (ERICb.ST) closed down 5.4%, while Nokia (NOKIA.HE) closed down 4%.

According to an expert, telecom equipment suppliers are no longer the only ones driving the mobile infrastructure business, and they must collaborate with chip firms and cloud providers.

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