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An Artificial Intelligent Aided Unified Network for Secure Beyond 5G Long Term Evolution (NANCY)

Leveraging AI and blockchain, NANCY introduces a secure and intelligent architecture for B5G wireless networks

An Artificial Intelligent Aided Unified Network for Secure Beyond 5G Long Term Evolution (NANCY)

The emerging beyond 5G wireless networks (B5G) demands for flexibility, multi-tenancy and perpetual protection. The Horizon Europe NANCY research project is going to meet these requirements by providing above the state of the art technologies that can be summarize as it follows:

bullet New radio access network (RAN) technologies using blockchain to boost the dynamic scalability of the network.

bullet An innovative use of machine learning (ML) coupled with artificial intelligence (AI) to provide the foundation of new service models for ISP and individual providers.

bullet Exploitation of multi-access edge computing (MEC) to provide almost zero-latency and high-computational capability at the edge. In this context, an experimental blockchain-RAN (B-RAN) information framework will be deployed where each of the network nodes can move from being a consumer to provider and the other way around.

To validate and benchmark the results brought by the project four testbeds will be deployed, three outdoor (respectively in Greece, Italy and Spain), and one indoor (in Italy).

Virtual Open Systems is involved in the design and development of the AI Virtualiser which will enable the exploitation of under-utilized resources, a key feature for a mobile device cloud (MDC) where computation is offloaded to adjacent mobile devices. In this context, the system partitioner VOSySmonitor for the ARMv8 architecture is extended to provide an isolated execution environment where to isolate the offloaded tasks. Virtual Open Systems contributes also to the definition of the logic and implementation of the software stack in support of the computation offloading.