6GWorld caught up with Cohere Technologies’ Ray Dolan. We discussed what impressions and ideas he picked up from the World Economic Forum in Davos and how these trends will have an impact on the evolution of the tech and telecoms worlds.
6GWorld talks with Stephen Douglas, long at Spirent’s cutting edge for 5G and now also 6G, about emerging concepts around how a network of networks might work – including governance, AI, orchestration, business relationships and much more.
As an Easter treat, 6GWorld sat down with Kimberley Parsons-Trommler, head of Germany’s Thinknet 6G organisation. We discussed the research the organisation conducted with a variety of industries to understand what 6G will need to deliver. There were some very unexpected outcomes and some previously-undiscussed issues we need to consider.
6GWorld spoke to Greg Young, Trend Micro’s VP Cybersecurity, for a catch-up on the trends that will shape the security landscape for 6G. In a quarter-hour we gallop through a wide range of issues and ideas, including securing network software, the integration of enterprise and telecoms security and not least the impact of the war in Ukraine.
In a conversation recorded for 6GSymposium this week, 6GWorld talks with the founder of 5G Courses Piotr Pietrzyk about his new venture, 6G Academy, and what pressures on the workforce lie behind it.
https://youtu.be/DpkD0gksA8I As well as scheduled 6GSymposium conference sessions, additional material includes this talk from Spirent's Stephen Douglas. While much conversation focusses on the air interface, spectrum or security, the telecoms environment has...
6GWorld spoke to BAI Communications’ Brendan O’Reilly about the evolution of private networks and the directions it is taking for the future. We discuss the commercial drivers behind private networking; the role of Edge, Cloud and IT integration; the risk of legacy in private networks; and where the business is headed.
This conversation was based on Dr David Soldani’s recent paper “6G Fundamentals: Vision and Enabling Technologies Towards Trustworthy Solutions and Resilient Systems”, which brings together an overall view of what a network in 6G might end up requiring and looking like. This video introduces a few of the ideas expressed in the paper, including the need to combine machine learning and machine cognition, and how a network that is designed to sense can also be better at protecting privacy.
You can read or download the whole paper in the ‘Latest Research’ section of 6GWorld.
6GWorld caught up with Gerhard Schoenthal, COO of Virginia Diodes, to talk about what he, and the test and measurement company, sees happening at the intersection of academia, defense and telecoms.