This research paper by Dr David Soldani of the University of New South Wales explores what a 6G network might credibly look like and how it can be made to function.
The author’s vision is that, by 2030, "all intelligence will be connected following a defence-in-depth strategy – augmented by a zero-trust model – through digital twinning, using B5G/6G wireless, and machine reasoning will meet machine learning at the edge".
The paper includes discussions of a wide ranging set of issues and ideas, including an extensive set of links to further reading, videos and articles and illustrations of key concepts.
This is the second part of a conversation between 6GWorld™ and Keysight’s 6G project lead Roger Nichols. As a specialist test and measurement company, Keysight works with the advanced radio labs in academia, vendors and operators globally. In this article we discussed some of the technology and competitive hurdles Roger is seeing.
We are at the very beginnings of a massive technological evolution and the forecasts presented in this paper are but tea leaves in the fortune teller’s cup. However, they are important directional indicators
of the technology-enabled world of the future based on ABI's research.
The World Economic Forum has released a new report examinig gaps in global technology governance for critical 4th Industrial Revolution technologies. Prepared with Deloitte, it identifies risks, gaps and possible policy and governance solutions ahead of a Summit in Tokyo next April.