At a time when the masses do not yet have access to 5G networks, their successor is already being talked about. 6G is already under development by several companies related to the industry, namely Huawei.

The Chinese, which is one of the strong names of 5G, already has defined plans for the next generation of mobile networks. It is your intention to place the next connection standard on the market in 2030.

Huawei wants to launch 6G in 2030 with speeds 50 times faster

These were statements by President Xu Zhijun, this Monday, in the context of a conference of analysts in Shenzen. There, the executive did not shy away from reinforcing his intention to be at the forefront of telecommunications networks again.

Huawei 6G

More impressive were the data provided by the technology about the speeds that the new network standard may offer. According to Huawei, the speeds of the 6G could be 50 times higher than those currently seen with the 5G.

Preliminary estimates point to speeds of around thousand gigabytes per second, which is truly impressive. Currently, it is impossible for us to imagine what such speeds could be applied to everyday life.

6G will not only bring advantages in the field of data transfer. Latencies may be just one tenth of what 5G can provide us, with significant improvements in the range of the emitted signal.

In 6G, the hope to achieve satellite coverage at a global level is practically instantaneous. Something that would be a very important milestone for an economy, and not only, that is more and more globalized.

Huawei will elucidate competition for the operation of 6G networks

In addition to announcing when it plans to launch the first 6G network, Huawei is willing to teach others to understand this network standard. To this end, the company reveals its intention to launch an article in which it will explain its operation.

This comes as no surprise, as Huawei is already one of the most important telecommunications network companies in the world. Influence that is speculated to have been one of the main reasons that led the USA to apply the current sanctions on Chinese technology.

In summary, the launch of the 6G networks is still a long way off, as well as the knowledge about its real functioning. But judging by the little that is known, the future looks even more promising.

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