Exclusives

‘What’s Next to You Matters’: Expert Calls for a Sharing-Native 6G

Monisha Ghosh, Professor at the University of Notre Dame, explained the challenges of spectrum sharing for 6G at the 6GSymposium Spring 2024

Is There a Real Need for Developing 6G? Experts Say Yes

Experts discussed how the industry can reconcile conflicting goals in 6G during the 6GSymposium Spring 2024

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.

ITU Election: Who Has Controlled ITU Longest?

ITU Election: Who Has Controlled ITU Longest?

Data gathered by 6GWorld reveal that the ITU highest position, Secretary-General, has only achieved constancy in recent years. According to numbers, this will be the first time three consecutive mandates will last about the same duration. In 1999, member states...

Guest Post: The Possible Effects of 6G Transition on the Labour Market

Guest Post: The Possible Effects of 6G Transition on the Labour Market

The evolution of cellular technology has had a major effect on the economy and labour market. Since the introduction of 1G in 1979, there has been a constant advancement in this field. Although 6G technology is in the early R&D stages, it is already possible to evaluate its focus. It is also interesting to think of how it can shape the global economy, major industries, and workforce.

Guest Post: The Critical Need for Automated Assurance & Operations in a 6G World

Guest Post: The Critical Need for Automated Assurance & Operations in a 6G World

This article takes a look at some of the expected technology deployments in the course of the next 15 years, which iwill reduce time-to-market for new solutions and improve return on investment (ROI) for telcos. We’ll look at what this means for telcos’ assurance needs in meeting urgent business challenges flexibly, but still ensuring that KPIs and business objectives are met.

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