North American initiative Next G Alliance is planning a new document expanding on the original 6G Roadmap published in February last year
Guest Post – Fulfilling the promise of mobile OTT
This guest post from Infovista uses the example of cloud gaming to explore how quality of experience measurement and delivery is having to adapt in 5G and what that means for the future evolution of QoE management.
TII Offers $75,000 in Prizes for Innovators in Autonomous Vehicles
Abu Dhabi’s Technology Innovation Institute and HeroX have a challenge for innovators who work with autonomous vehicles tracking; learn more
Video Interview: Can We Make A 6G That Users Want?
6GWorld spoke with William Webb, CTO at Access Partnership and former CTO of OFCOM, about the institutional barriers standing in the way of making the next generation of networks a commercial success… and how to overcome them.
6G Events to Attend in 2023
To help you find the best fits for your needs, 6GWorld has put together this non-exhaustive list of confirmed 6G events across the globe
Our Bodies Could Serve as Antennas for 6G
Researchers announced they found that the human body can reduce energy waste. That is potentially beneficial for 6G communications
High-Frequency Telecoms Takes Several Steps Closer to Commercialisation
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.
Not Lost in Fog – An Edgeless Global Wireless Network (AKA 6G?)
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.
Ericsson Report Shows People Will Rely on Tech to Cope With Climate
However, respondents said that technologies like AI and smart water, will be essential for us to cope with the new climate. Check the video