NIST is seeking assistance in designing, evaluating, and demonstrating progress in several fields of 5G, 6G and quantum
“In 6G standardisation it might be a good idea to listen to the needs of the non-public network clientele as this is the only sizable area of growth for the 3GPP ecosystem right now.” In this guest post Heikki Almay, CEO of Poutanet, sets out some ideas for 6G architecture that might help make 6G a more marketable proposition.
In June the IEEE ratified the 802.11bb standard to relatively little acclaim. However, this standard opens up some pretty exciting possibilities. This article explores some of the ramifications that come along with having a global standard.
Hybrid connectivity across multiple bearers is something the industry aims for. However, typical approaches today may not do what needs to be done. In this guest post Tristan Wood of Livewire Digital explores what goes wrong and how to do it right.
U.S. startup Astranis announced it’ll deliver the country’s first dedicated satellite internet service. The company aims to launch it in 2024
We are getting more clarity on the technical aspects of what 6G might need to be or do. However, there are major questions which arise on the commercial front. Unless the industry can find answers to these, very real opportunities may go to waste.
In this guest post, Azenby’s Charles Brookson – one of the people responsible for originally designing mobile security systems and standards – argues that many of the fundamentals underlying 5G today are no longer fit for purpose. We need a radical rethink to do better next time around.
Curious about what these machines can do? Meet four human-shaped robots on display at the AI for Good Summit 23 in Geneva
Next G Alliance’s Managing Director Mike Nawrocki points out the ITU 6G draft’s upsides and where there’s room for improvement