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Everything you need to know about 6G

In the realm of technology, every change is different. It took just ten years for 1G technology to be transformed into 5G, and now it appears that 6G is the next step toward more excellent and more efficient wireless connectivity. In the last twenty years, we’ve witnessed dramatic changes and advancements that we would never have thought of. Here’s what you should be aware of about the latest 6G networks:

The potential for the future of the sixth generation

Even though half of the globe is connected to newly constructed 5G or 4G networks, and several regions of the world are still connected via 3G, it’s still too early to begin talking about 6G.

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Typically, every ten years, an emerging network receives interest. Six-G networks are expected to be in operation by 2030. There have been rumors about 6G networks floating around since the first experiments started nearly ten years ago. With new networks coming to the market soon, it’s not long before mobile carriers begin to experiment with 6G networks and mobile phone manufacturers launch 6G-compatible phones.

6G network benefits

In the end, all of the enhancements that 5G provides will be seen in more efficient and optimized models of 6G. Marcus Weldon of Nokia Bell Labs claims that 6G will bring together biology and artificial intelligence, creating an experience that is a sixth sense for humans as well as machines.

The 6G network will be able to continue supporting the technological advancements that 5G networks be experiencing, including the most powerful virtual and augmented reality, intelligent connected cities and farms, V2V communications, intelligent robotic workers in factories, and so on.

6G opens the door to future technological advancement by adding a modified layer of higher capacity to all these services. This means that 6G takes the possibility of transforming science fiction into reality with the most immersive V.R. applications, 3D photorealistic video calling, and much more.