Although the mobile industry has done an impressive job of developing and then rolling out 5G — 163 networks at the end of 2020, and another 114 this year, according to TeleGeography — it can’t afford to rest on its laurels. In this guest post Subhankar Pal of Capgemini Engineering explains why it’s not premature to start developing 6G.
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.
So far, four recent joint projects focused on 6G development have been announced. Learn the details about each one
Susan Miller, President and CEO at ATIS, and Mike Nawrocki, VP Technology and Solutions, detail how the Next G Alliance will work, its major priorities, and where the association wants to get to in the future.