Hexa-X has published two new technical deliverables, D6.2 and D7.2. Please find the deliverables and the accompanying slide-sets in our Deliverables web page, as well as a brief description on their content from the text below.
Deliverable 6.2: This report is the second deliverable of the Hexa-X Work Package 6 (WP6), and focuses on the design of service management and orchestration (M&O) functionalities for the sixth generation of mobile telecommunications networks (6G), addressing the M&O architectural design of the novel orchestration and management mechanisms for Hexa-X, which is one of the main project milestones (MS5). The deliverable reflects the work done in WP6 from month 7 (July 2021) until month 15 (April 2022), according to the project execution plan.
Deliverable 7.2: This report “Special-purpose functionalities: intermediate solutions” is the second deliverable of Work Package 7 (WP7) and focuses on technical enablers for extreme experiences in Internet-of-Things and Industry 4.0 environments. The deliverable contains technical proposals to close the gaps identified in Deliverable 7.1 – “Gap analysis and technical work plan for special-purpose functionality”, and their intermediate results. This report updates the use cases and key performance/value indicators that are introduced in Deliverable 1.2 – “Expanded 6G vision, use cases and societal values – including aspects of sustainability, security and spectrum” – and thereafter discussed in Deliverable 7.1.
In addition, last month we released another deliverable from WP1:
Deliverable 1.3: This report is the third deliverable of Work Package 1 (WP1) — “Targets and requirements for 6G – initial E2E architecture” — and focuses on 6G Hexa-X novel use cases, services, and Key Value Indicators (KVIs) as well as Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). This report also indicates the impact of sustainability, security, and spectrum evolution aspects for 6G. A first gap analysis for end-to-end (E2E) 6G architecture has also been developed.