With so many national perspectives on 6G, will everyone speak the same language when it comes to standardisation? Maybe, according to experts
In December 2022, NASA’s TBIRD mission accomplished a truly remarkable feat by demonstrating a 100 Gbps data link from a satellite the size of a CubeSat using line of sight laser comms. If replicable reliably, the business implications for the telecoms industry could be significant.
Chathura Sarathchandra, Senior Staff Researcher at InterDigital Labs, explains how he thinks 6G will help XR to flourish and vice-versa
As the telecoms world starts moving increasingly to more open and collaborative models to build services, propositions and revenue streams, strategies and philosophies for partnering will become increasingly significant for success. This is, unfortunately, an area where the telecoms industry has tended to do badly, from the desire to control walled gardens of services in the days before 3G to the modern day. Are there ways we can do better as an industry?
The deal will last five years and focus on 5G Advanced, 6G, AI, Cloud RAN, and Core Network technologies
Lula’s administration established a partnership with China to advance R&D of technologies like 6G, semiconductors, and IoT in Brazil
Ali Khayrallah, Senior Technical Advisor at Ericsson, shared his views on the challenges to make Terahertz for communications feasible
The UK regulator Ofcom has recently faced a battle with British broadband providers. While the details are UK-specific, the issues are ones which many in the industry globally will recognise. The challenge? Legacy technologies which are fundamental to the working of the telecoms system.
ITU member states have approved a report on issues to be addressed at WRC23, include technical, operational and regulatory materials