A move towards software-driven networks is creating a shift in the dynamics of the telecoms vendor community. What is already happening may be just a taste of things to come.
Huawei announced it will launch a complete set of commercial 5G Advanced network equipment in 2024. Learn more in the video
In our recent webinars we had highly engaged audiences who asked dozens of questions across a broad range of topics. As these reflect the interests and understanding of 6GWorlds’ readership, we have tried to address the biggest and most popular questions in this compilation article.
Last week a draft of the ITU-R’s 6G Framework was finalised. In light of this, 6GWorld has been given permission to share details with you.
Semiconductor manufacturer AMD announced a plan to invest $135 million to foster research about 6G and future technologies. More in the video
The latest Ericsson Mobility Report provides valuable hints about the evolution towards 6G. We delve into three of them
Private networks are a growing use case for telecoms. They operate at the intersection of enterprise IT, spectrum management and software-based telecoms. The struggles we see here may be a bellwether for the rest of the industry. This conversation with Federated Wireless highlighted several areas for future evolution.
6GWorld presents a comprehensive, interactive infographic for users to browse all the 6G projects considered for the series of articles
Guest blogger Heikki Almay comments on expectations of 6G, based on what ChatGPT has brought together from searching content around the web. This week we explore the validity of ideas around AI integration, ubiquitous coverage, interoperability and more.