Holistic, omnipresent, resilient services for future 6G wireless and computing ecosystems

HORSE (Holistic, omnipresent, resilient services for future 6G wireless and computing ecosystems) proposes a novel human-centric, open-source, green, sustainable, coordinated provisioning and protection evolutionary platform, which can inclusively yet seamlessly combine advancements in several domains, as they get added to the system.

HORSE will demonstrate how applications can leverage the ongoing evolution of 6G capabilities, as well as deal with the technology solutions, and system evaluation not yet foreseen, towards an omnipresent, smart and secure network service provisioning in the future network-of-networks landscape. HORSE project will address the challenge towards 6G infrastructure operation for smart connectivity and service management, and beyond, showing its effectiveness at the intersection of 6G connectivity, computing infrastructure management and security.

HORSE is a 7Meuros EU project, coordinated by Prof. Fabrizio Granelli (CNIT, Italy). 

The HORSE project has received funding from the Smart Networks and Services Joint Undertaking (SNS JU) under the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 101096342.

More information is available on the official HORSE homepage.

HORSE use case

Reference Work from the research group

End-to-end network slicing for 5g mobile networks
A. Nakao, P. Du, Y. Kiriha, F. Granelli, A.A. Gebremariam, T. Taleb, M. Bagaa
in: Journal of Information Processing, Vol. 25, pp. 153-163, 2017 [doi]