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Guest Post: The Rise of International R&D Collaboration for OpenRAN Development on the Path to 6G

Maggie Chao, Deputy Division Director at ITRI, argues that OpenRAN is going to be a key part of future networks and highlights the significance of ongoing testing and validation work taking place globally.

Guest Post: MWC, AI and the future impact on telcos

In this guest post Ciena International CTO Jürgen Hatheier explores the current roles and future of AI in telecoms’ development from optimisation to new capabilities.

IMT-2030 – Understanding The ITU’s Vision For A Global 6G Standard

In November 2023 the International Telecommunication Union's Radiocommunication sector (ITU-R) reached a consensus on the global vision for IMT-2030 (6G), which is expected to be a fundamental milestone in developing 6G. Notably, the ITU’s consultation process...
Guest Post: The Rise of Human 2.0

Guest Post: The Rise of Human 2.0

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.

Guest Editorial: The Advent of Private LTE and 5G Networks

Guest Editorial: The Advent of Private LTE and 5G Networks

Wireless networking in industrial and mission-critical domains may not be news to readers of 6GWorld™, but the latest innovations in this realm are still a novelty to many people whose jobs and lives will soon be transformed by them. Indeed, the world of private LTE and 5G networking infrastructure represents a largely untapped growth opportunity, even though by 2025 it will have enabled a new age of pervasive connectivity and awareness that will foster entirely new modes of customer interaction and service delivery.

Learning the Lessons of 5G

Learning the Lessons of 5G

Industry experts say 6G should follow a very different path to its predecessor. One of the allegations levelled at 5G is that it is a solution in search of a problem. If that is true, perhaps the very first question that 6G visionaries should ask themselves is: What will 6G be for?

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