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Guest Post: The Possible Effects of 6G Transition on the Labour Market

The evolution of cellular technology has had a major effect on the economy and labour market. Since the introduction of 1G in 1979, there has been a constant advancement in this field. Although 6G technology is in the early R&D stages, it is already possible to evaluate its focus. It is also interesting to think of how it can shape the global economy, major industries, and workforce.

Telco and (Small) Enterprise: Overcoming the Great Disjunction

This article, the first of two, explores mindsets and priorities from a small manufacturer's viewpoint. The second will explore the work going on from the telco perspective, asking to what extent it matches up with current or future enterprise needs, and whether there is anything else necessary to close the gap between the two viewpoints.

How Africa’s Economic Ambitions Relate to 6G

There are big plans afoot for Africa's economic development during the 2020s and 2030s. While there are some expected hurdles and opportunities, we explore how economic development can or should relate to the evolution and deployment of 5G and 6G.

CEO Guest Post: It’s Not too Early to Prepare for 6G

While 6G is just in the research phase today, overcoming hurdles in policy, skills, technology, security and more will take time. With the 5G rollout already under way, it is not too soon to start planning for 6G. Now more than ever, we must act to sustain the momentum of 5G and pave the way for 6G, writes Keysight CEO Ron Nersesian.

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