Dr. Geng Wu is an Intel Fellow and chief technologist for wireless technologies and standards at Intel Corporation. He leads Intel’s 5G and 6G wireless technology and standards development, and ecosystem collaboration. He heads Intel’s delegation to 3GPP, as well as serves as a director of the board at MulteFire Alliance, Automotive Edge Computing Consortium as well as IOWN Global Forum.
Wu has more than 30 years of research and development experience in the wireless industry. His current research interests include mobile computing and communication platforms for artificial intelligence, future radio access network architectures, channel modeling for high frequency bands, next-generation air interface technologies, and distributed computing and communication for mobile services and applications.
6G Network and Air Interface for Mobile Connected Intelligence
5G is the first generation of wireless technologies that brought communications and computing together to enable new applications and services beyond smartphones. Future generations of wireless technologies will further integrate data for machine learning and autonomous control for an unprecedented green and intelligent society. It requires a paradigm shift in how we architect our networks, how we design our next air interface, and how we integrate software and hardware into a new generation of computing + communication + data platforms that brings the power of mobile connected intelligence to fuel the next round of technology innovations and market growth. In this talk, we will share our industry vision and system perspectives on the key challenges, fundamental requirements, major technology gaps, and the key elements for the next generation network and device technologies. We will highlight a number of research and technology development directions that can help to bring different technology elements together for a future generation mobile connected intelligence framework.