Sara Ghaemi from Avnet Abacus outlines the role of continued innovation from 5G in the development of 6G, including AI, MIMO and AR.
Guest Post: The G is Dead, Long Live the Cloud
In this guest post, Ray Dolan of Cohere Technologies outlines the commercial imperatives behind a shift to cloud-native architectures and what this may mean for future telecoms generations.
Chinese Researchers Test Terahertz Security
Chinese researchers tested Terahertz security by placing several eavesdroppers along the transmission path. Check out the video and learn more
Doreen Bogdan-Martin Wins ITU Election to Become First Female Secretary-General
United States-backed candidate Doreen Bogdan-Martin has been elected the first female Secretary-General in the history of the International Telecommunication Union. She received 139 votes against 25 gathered by her opponent, Rashid Ismailov.
The Metaverse and the Enterprise – Can Telcos Support Both with One Architecture?
While the industry sets great store by growth opportunities in the enterprise and metaverse, can the telcos capitalise on the opportunities presented; and, if so, how? 6GWorld gets real with Amdocs’ Niall Norton.
Can India Live Up to its 6G Ambitions?
Despite ongoing delays with the implementation of 5G, Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently predicted that India will not only adopt 6G by the end of the decade but also play a role in setting global standards. But how likely are the 6G ambitions of this still-developing nation to come to fruition?
6G Initiative Hexa-X Supported by EU Radar Programme
6G European initiative Hexa-X had three innovations awarded by the Radar programme. Check out the video and learn more
Guest Post: Towards 6G – What, Why and When…
While 6G standards are some way off, there is much useful work to be done extrapolating from current trends and progressions in 5G, along with the parallel evolution of technologies such as AR, AI and ML
The Way We’re Building the Metaverse is All Wrong
Giovanni Petrantoni, President and Founder of Fragnova Foundation, explores the fundamentals of what it will take to build the metaverse in a way that’s commercially sustainable – that is, decentralised and interoperable.