The evolution of cellular technology has had a major effect on the economy and labour market. Since the introduction of 1G in 1979, there has been a constant advancement in this field. Although 6G technology is in the early R&D stages, it is already possible to evaluate its focus. It is also interesting to think of how it can shape the global economy, major industries, and workforce.
This article takes a look at some of the expected technology deployments in the course of the next 15 years, which iwill reduce time-to-market for new solutions and improve return on investment (ROI) for telcos. We’ll look at what this means for telcos’ assurance needs in meeting urgent business challenges flexibly, but still ensuring that KPIs and business objectives are met.
AR and mixed reality have been here a while, but what will it take for them to really take off? In this guest article, Sara Ghaemi argues that network evolution beyond today’s 5G will be essential for AR to come into its own.
Edgegap CEO Mathieu Duperré explores what we can learn about the future of this huge industry from recent market moves. With the increasing richness of gaming, the worlds of network infrastructure and games design are beginning to overlap.
It has long been a dream for humans to incorporate tech and gadgets within the human body.
In this guest post Zahid Ghadialy, author of the 3G4G5G blog, explores the what the development of human augmentation in parallel with 6G might mean.
By Satish Dhanasekaran, Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Keysight Technologies While 5G is still a few years out from being mainstream, 6G research is already under way and is expected to be commercialised by 2030. This next generation of wireless...