Different federal bodies are considering at least two initiatives addressing security for 6G and IoT in telecommunications
South Korea has announced it will start developing commercial 6G technology in 2024. It aims to secure 30% of standard 6G patents
The mobile gaming experience is, and will continue to be, a significant force both for the telecoms providers and the gaming industry. What can the GSMA’s Open Gateway Initiative bring to the table, and what more needs to be done?
The USA’s Next G Alliance released a report by its Societal and Economic Needs [SEN] working group last week titled “Beyond Speed: Promoting Social and Economic Opportunities through 6G and Beyond”. Especially when it comes to the vexed issue of trust, the report takes a deep dive into concrete solutions and actions.
Expert Jane Munga discusses how digitalisation has been taking shape in different African countries
The massive rise of artificial intelligence (AI), especially after ChatGPT was released, brought along concerns about the latest security breach, one that even machines might not notice: adversarial attacks.
While SK Telecom’s 58-page document is extremely wide-ranging, there are some important messages which might get lost in the noise. This white paper doesn’t only propose technical solutions but spells out a philosophy for how the telecoms market should approach 6G.
Alain Mourad points out two areas being advanced today that will impact 6G down the road; watch the short video
The next phase of automation in factories is driven by productivity. Machines need to be able to make decisions by themselves and they need to be able to move around. In technical terms we need AI and mobile networks. Mika Skarp of Cumucore gives his view of the next steps in this direction.