Private networks are catching on as 5G rolls out, but they are the furthest thing from a fad.
Despite huge demand among top players for what is widely considered landscape-altering spectrum, experts say the upcoming C-band auction on Dec. 8 will fall short of record-breaking revenues.
Everyone has had to adjust in some way during the ongoing pandemic. Thanks to the need to work remotely, people have adapted by turning to teleconferencing applications, and the industry has taken off as a result. How does it develop in future?
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?
Short-range IoT connectivity will account for more than half of the connected devices in 2026, an Ericsson study indicates
A poll conducted by 6GWorld answered the question of “Who should take the lead defining use cases beyond 5G?” It illustrates a diversity of attitudes towards the evolution of the industry. 6GWorld caught up with a few experts to share their views on what these results tell us.
NASA expects to deploy the network in late 2022, validating technology that aims to enable faster and reliable lunar surface communications
Intelligent Surfaces are a key factor in an ambitious collaborative project entitled AI-enabled Massive MIMO (AIMM).
Culminating in a video demo of a Large Intelligent Surface (LIS), the What Next for Wireless Infrastructure Summit 2020 painted a comprehensive picture of what’s to come in 5G leading into 6G.