Eric Xu, the current chairman of Huawei, announced the possibility of launching the sixth generation of wireless communication technology, ie 6G for 2030.
6G technology is still not fully defined, but it has the same goal as previous 4G and 5G technologies, which is to contribute to the advancement of the economy locally and globally and to improve the user experience.
Huawei plans to release documentation soon that will explain what 6G technology should look like. In addition, we are constantly working on researching the most modern technological solutions in order to realize 6G in the best way.
Based on detailed research and cooperation with other participants within the industry, it is possible to create values that 6G surpasses existing 5G and 5.5G technologies and finds wider application in various scenarios and use cases.
According to earlier statements by scientists and researchers in the field of 6G technology, in just ten years we will witness a new order of telecommunications, which experts now compare with the sixth sense and the nervous system, which will unite us all into one whole.
The International Communications Union called for an exchange of ideas on the subject. It will be more universal, it will meet the challenges that society is facing, it will ensure the operation of the mobile television and Internet systems, “said Sergei Makarov, professor at the Higher School of Applied Physics and Space Technologies at St. Petersburg Polytechnic University Peter the Great.
“Mobile television will become a serious competitor. “Regional television companies will be able to form their own television content, and this is a very serious step forward from the point of view of business and the development of interactive television technologies,” explains the scientist. The new type of television will be tested in experimental 5G zones, although it requires serious financial costs and legal engagement.
The next generation of mobile communication will lead to a revolutionary breakthrough – it will unite industrial and everyday internet things. “Now they are scattered islands, which function separately from each other. In the future, there will be cars, trains, planes, spacecraft, home appliances on the same network. “We need to reach a huge number of producers and offer them a favorable unified standard of communication,” Makarov said.