Ray Dolan, CEO and Chairman of Cohere Technologies In late October, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Anne Neuberger, Deputy National Security Adviser for Cyber and Emerging Technology for President Biden, as part of the opening keynote at 6Gworld’s 6GSymposium...
While the SIM has been an accepted part of mobile telecoms from early on, are we coming to the end of an era?
This final article in a three-part series by Ken Figueredo on 6G leadership focuses on the role of government agencies in providing purpose and resources, both to lead and to enable the development of next generation communications systems.
this second article in a series sees Ken Figuredo examine the meaning of leadership in the 6G context and investigates whether methods that are typically employed to attain it will function well here.
In the first in a series of articles, analyst Ken Figueredo explores the underpinnings of the current geopolitical struggle for leadership in 6G.
Many governments have prioritised sustainability as a key component of 6G. How do we get there? Analog Devices’ CVP Andy Mclean shares some thoughts on how efficiency, procurement, commercials and semiconductors can combine for greener networks.
Guest contributor Heikki Almay outlines some of the implications of pursuing a decentralised approach to 6G. While it may upset many existing business approaches, is it the only sane way forwards?
The mobile gaming experience is, and will continue to be, a significant force both for the telecoms providers and the gaming industry. What can the GSMA’s Open Gateway Initiative bring to the table, and what more needs to be done?
The next phase of automation in factories is driven by productivity. Machines need to be able to make decisions by themselves and they need to be able to move around. In technical terms we need AI and mobile networks. Mika Skarp of Cumucore gives his view of the next steps in this direction.