In the 6GSymposium, professionals had a frank conversation about the challenges with cybersecurity in 5G and the upcoming 6G technologies
Some of the telecommunications community hasn’t bought the idea of going to the Terahertz realm so soon, and definitely not in 6G
Speaking at the 6GSymposium Fall edition, experts argued against the concept that 6G will be the generation to deliver what 5G promised
Held September 21 – 22 in Washington, D.C., with opportunities for both virtual and in-person engagement, this hybrid event will bring together a diverse group of experts from across government, research, and industry to share and examine perspectives around North America’s evolution beyond 5G.
Reaching 6G will take a largely unified approach, according to experts speaking on its eventual delivery at the Spring 2021 6GSymposium.
It's easy to find examples of people using either 100 GHz or 300 GHz to define the Terahertz band. But is there a right answer?
The 6G Hype Cycle is being pedalled fast these days, it seems. Is there a genuine underlying need for this? We argue yes (of course), but voices from beyond telecoms do too. A whole new set of stakeholders has to pull together if we want to build something fit for purpose.