At an analyst conference in Shenzhen, China, Huawei CEO Xu Zhijun announced that the company will launch its 6G networks by 2030, 50 times faster than 5G. This, of course, can be called a surprise, because at the moment 5G networks are developing rather slowly, and all efforts are thrown into expanding their coverage and creating new modems, so few people seriously think about 6G.
But not Huawei: Zhijun added that in the process of introducing 5G, the company is already well ahead of the competition, which means that Huawei already has a serious advantage when discussing research and development that will be included in the 6G standard.
Cui Baoguo, deputy dean of the Tsinghua University School of Information, believes that download speeds on 6G networks can reach 1,000 gigabits per second with a tenth of a millisecond latency. In other words, the speed will increase 50 times relative to 5G, and the delays will decrease by an order of magnitude. In addition, 6G will support babouthigher connection density and more efficient use of the spectrum.
Baoguo also notes that the ultra-fast network is just a fork of 6G. According to experts, the “right” 6G network will be achieved by integrating terrestrial wireless and satellite communications, which will lead to seamless global coverage: thanks to satellite connection, the Internet will be anywhere in the world.
Moreover, 6G networks will address current 5G shortcomings – for example, connection problems at high speeds. According to experts, the maximum speed of establishing a connection in 6G networks will exceed 1000 km / h: in other words, it will be possible to get access to it even from an aircraft.
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