6G is expected to arrive at some time around 2030. What will the world look like then? What will we actually need 6G to do in the context into which it’s born? Especially after 2020’s disruptions, 6GWorld™ pulled together a variety of predictions on five key topics to give you some insights on what’s to come.
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The idea is for Incumbent Informing Capability (IIC) to take over for Environmental Sensing Capability (ESC), as a spectrum-sharing mechanism.
The FCC hosted a Quantum Internet Forum, during which it became clear the technology is a phenomenon that extends far past geographic borders.
One solution to the digital divide here on Earth may actually be in space. Alongside approaches using Fixed Wireless Access (FWA), Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites are poised to improve access to internet in rural areas in the coming years. Each has their strengths and drawbacks.
Discussion around OTFS is picking up. 6GWorld caught up with OTFS’ inventor, Professor Ronny Hadani of the University of Austin, Texas, to understand what drives this and why now.
The telecoms industry is firmly on the frontlines of decarbonisation policies globally. Recent weeks have seen the launch of several new grassroots initiatives by the industry that could drastically reduce telecoms’ environmental impact.
Navigate through the interactive map and learn more about each country’s strategy to advance private networks around the world
Private networks are catching on as 5G rolls out, but they are the furthest thing from a fad.