VMware has unravelled its vision for Automating Life. The vision is underpinned by the fusion of cloud, networking and AI technologies and a belief system structured around equity, sustainability and trust. To chart a successful course to 6G, the evolution of these underlying technologies must align with the evolutionary cycle of human behaviour, society and technology as they influence each other to form an evolution continuum.
“This evolution continuum – the way people change, technology evolves and society responds – is how VMware aims to shape its path to 6G, by promoting technologies centred around human needs,” said Kaniz Mahdi, Vice President of Distributed Edge, VMware. “For example, technology that improves and saves lives, but, more importantly, enables humans to grow with technology in the way people want — not the way technology dictates. “We are delighted to support Professor Fitzek and Professor Falko on their mission to shape the future of wireless with human-centric technologies.”
Under the direction of Professor Frank Fitzek at TU Dresden, the Centre for Tactile Internet with Human-in-the-Loop (CeTI) and the 6G-life hub are working to enable humans to interact in quasi-real-time with cybersystems in the physical or digital world over intelligent communications networks.Click below to share this article