Samsung and Arm to Research 6G Processing Technique

Samsung Research and semiconductor and software design company Arm announced they are collaborating to advance parallel packet processing technology for 6G networks. More specifically, the tech giants will focus on Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD). SIMD is a technique in which one instruction can process multiple data elements simultaneously. This approach is used, among other […]

SNS JU Launches Public Survey About 6G Expectations

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European initiative Smart Networks and Services Joint Undertaking (SNS JU) has launched a citizen survey to assess the public perception of 5G and the expectations for 6G. Even though it is organised by SNS JU’s branch 6G4Society, with funding from Horizons Europe, the form is open to both European and non-European users. “We’re gathering insights […]

China and the US Already Working on 6G Studies for WRC-27

China and the United States competing for 6G leadership

China and the United States, the two biggest economies in the world, have officially started their efforts to influence global 6G standards, more specifically eyeing the upcoming World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-27). Following South Korea’s announcement that it has established a working group of 60 professionals to examine the WRC-27 agenda, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) […]

Connected Cars Industry Evolving, but Manufacturers Still Hesitating

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Autonomous vehicles and connected cars have been a recurrent theme for the past decade. Filled with public concerns about road security promised by manufacturers and signal coverage, the industry has been leveraging the capabilities that 5G brings to the table to make old dreams of connectivity a reality. However, just like the latest G, players […]