Asia-Pacific has long been at the leading edge of technology deployment in the telecoms industry. Strikingly, at a recent event the standout messages were less about the technology and more about a change in the operator’s role, business models and mindsets where Asia-Pacific may be leading the field.
The ITU recently recognised ETSI’s new standard for DECT as part of 5G’s IMT-2020 technology standards, supporting IoT use cases in URLLC and eMTC. What should we make of this? 6GWorld unravels the promise and the challenges ahead for the new DECT.
Findings from both consumer and
enterprise applications will likely trickle into the development of 6G; as of 2021, there are
already several market trends that will likely become the norm for any cellular generation
going forward. These trends will transform the supply chain considerably, create new
spheres of influence, and create opportunities for new entrants.
Open RAN is arguably one of the key industry buzzwords of 2021. This article picks up on a number of recent conversations to explore what might make it fundamental to 6G technical and business success.
In the 6GSymposium, professionals had a frank conversation about the challenges with cybersecurity in 5G and the upcoming 6G technologies