In this episode: a new piece of test equipment for 6G devices, US-Saudi Arabia agreements, and a South Korean core network for 6G
There are big plans afoot for Africa’s economic development during the 2020s and 2030s. While there are some expected hurdles and opportunities, we explore how economic development can or should relate to the evolution and deployment of 5G and 6G.
The Next G Alliance shared its vision on candidate technologies and requirements for 6G, and topics for which more research is needed
In this 6G Roundup episode: Next G Alliance’s candidate technologies for 6G, the German 6G-ANNA initiative, and Nokia’s O-RAN in the US
Will China win the race to set the standards for 6G – and what will it mean if it does? These are the questions the digital watchers of the world are asking as we look towards IMT-2030. Not a country known for its transparency, China has recently outlined a commitment to invest in 6G and announced some so-called 6G firsts, details are thin on the ground.
Nokia and the Hill Air Force Base have extended their partnership to existing Dynamic Spectrum Sharing testbeds, the company said
Maria Cuevas, Research Director at BT, talks about convergence, 6G, quantum, and networks in this interview with 6GWorld
In this episode of the 6G Roundup: new switches developed in Texas, NEC expanding its Open RAN capabilities, and the backlash against 6G
6GWorld spoke to Professor Merouane Debbah about his role at TII and the work being done at the leading edge of AI. Much is being done, in essence, to make AI function more like people.