Connecting things to other things and having them work as planned is almost solved. One solution for that is private cellular networks
The FCC has proposed a series of changes in the low-earth orbit (LEO) satellite systems rules, including a new spectrum sharing regulation
Amidst all the talk about Beyond 5G deployments, how to manage the ever-increasing appetite for power in this emerging wireless space?
The rollout and evolution of 5G is being marked by discussions around open systems,; innovation on top of platforms, decentralisation and coordination using blockchain or decentralised ledgers. During the decade ahead, and the evolution from 5G to 6G, these new developments look set to reshape the telecoms landscape and operating models.
Strikingly, the evolution of financial services and of the metaverse – fundamental to any future digital economy -are being underpinned by similar forces to telecoms’ own evolution and are liable to co-evolve over the coming decade. There are both lessons and opportunities in these that the telecoms market would be wise to explore.
The Ericsson Mobility Report showed us some old predictions to help us explore where the mobile industry has succeeded in the past ten years
One of 2021’s hot terms is “metaverse”, an immersive online environment. It has great potential, but there is a clear risk to our emotional wellbeing if its economy is driven by engagement or attention in the way that today’s hyperscalers are. 6GWorld talks to one of the pioneers aiming to take digital services in a different direction.
The approved bill requires the FCC to form a 6G task force and investigate how to design and deploy 6G technologies; it now goes to the Senate
Today’s technology helps fight forest fires but it is still limited. That’s where advancements in the HAPS field can help
Each new generation of technology is an opportunity to overcome the shortcomings of its predecessors and stake out new use cases. 6G is no exception to that rule, including for how it will —finally — bring true broadband speeds to even the most remote, sparsely populated areas.