During the past few months, there has been a flurry of related news in material science which could have an impact on the development of 6G wireless communications. This article assembles some complementary discoveries supporting widespread communications over high-frequency spectrum.
The concept of an endless fog is not much different from that of 6G, insofar as every device acts both as a transmitter and a receiver, talking to every other device.
If we left it to existing industry players to work this out amongst themselves, we might wait until 99G.
However, the next iteration of the loX (including “things” such as metaverse) is the wild card that may reshape this.
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ATIS and the O-RAN Alliance have signed a memorandum of understanding to “further both organizations’ mutual objectives”
“Wireless carriers are all upgrading networking capabilities to the next generation of 5G, but that does not mean they are making money on the effort,” says technology industry analyst Jeff Kagan.
“In fact, it may be surprising to learn that this upgrade is costing wireless carriers much more than they’re earning from it.”
Self-Sovereign Identity, or SSI, looks set to change the dynamics of interactions online. By extension, that will have profound second-order effects on businesses and customers throughout the telecoms world and beyond.
ChatGPT has taken the internet by storm. We conducted an “interview” with the AI about 6G and the results are quite jaw-dropping
US carrier Verizon announced it is shutting down its 3G network. The move would happen in 2019, but the company decided to postpone it
The ITU-R published a document in November called “Future technology trends of terrestrial IMT systems towards 2030 and beyond”. It is exciting to see how much is covered, but peril lies in overlooking what is not.