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There are many similarities between the supernetwork structure (SNS) proposed by the United States and the Internet + Architecture proposed by China, which promotes the close cooperation and industrial division between economic entities. At the same time, the SNS can promote the close networking of data flow, capital flow, talent flow, and logistics, based on the concept of an enterprise Internet-of-things collaboration. The SNS focuses more on the field of engineering technology, while Internet + Architecture pays more attention to the field of social engineering. In this paper, the hierarchical structure of SNS is analyzed in detail. By studying the cooperation and divisions between different levels, the core similarities between SNS and Internet + Architecture are found.

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