195. QUALITY OF ARTIFICIALLY INTELLIGENTLY ORCHESTRATED SERVICES IN 6G MOBILE NETWORKS (Квалитет на вештачкоинтелигентни оркестрирани сервиси кај мобилните 6G-мрежи

  • Stojan Kitanov Faculty of Informatics, Mother Teresa University, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
  • Vladimir Nikolikj Faculty of Informatics, European University, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
  • Toni Janevski Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies, “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” University in Skopje, Rugjer Bošković bb, P.O. box 574, 1001 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
Keywords: 5G, 6G, artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), mobile networks, mobile technology


With the introduction of 5G mobile and wireless networks, significant improvements have been achieved in terms of latency, data speeds, spectral efficiency, mobility, as well as, the number of connected devices. This makes the emergence of a true digital society a reality. However, although 5G networks offer a wide range of applications and services, they are still unable to meet the demands of rapidly increasing data traffic demands. Therefore, at this time the main research and development activities are focused on the next 6G mobile and wireless networks, which are expected to be commercially available around 2030. In this direction, this paper evaluates the performance quality of artificially intelligently orchestrated services in 6G mobile networks in terms of latency delay, user data throughput and energy efficiency.