Our technical reports and white papers inform standards and open-source communities on best practices for deploying distributed and layered computing architecture for connected cars. Related technologies include public and private clouds, telecommunications networks and mobile devices. The use cases describe requirements needed to help their deployment.
Consortium publications discuss reference architectures for next-generation mobile networks and cloud that are suitable for automotive use cases. For example, AECC is addressing efficiency issues in resource utilization from the viewpoints of communication bandwidth, computational power, and storage capacity. Defining reference architectures is necessary to determine the best way to meet various requirements by appropriate parameter settings with as small an impact as possible on system architecture complexity. Resolving these issues may include, but not be limited to architectures for in-vehicle systems, edge computing, process/task migration, network virtualization (SDN/NFV), network interface/messaging, data center fabric and multiple-accesses (Wi-Fi/Cellular, etc.), relation to public cloud infrastructure and cross-network application orchestration.
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