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When will 6G arrive? Here is what Nokia CEO Pekka Lundmark revealed

Being a CEO of a global smartphone company, his comment over 6G has more value than other market experts.




New Delhi:  After the Department of Telecommunication (DoT) confirmed the launch of the 5G service in 2022, there is another good news for those who love fast connections. In a recent development at World Economic Forum in Davos, the global smartphone brand Nokia’s CEO Pekka Lundmark said, the 6G mobile networks will be commercially launched by 2030.

Pekka said, ”The smartphone as we know it today will not anymore be the most common interface by then.”

Being a CEO of a global smartphone company, his comment over 6G has more value than other market experts so we decided to answer you few questions related to the 6G networks that are available below here.

Who is working on 6G technology?

Different countries have started doing their research to make the 6G technology real for the world. Major companies involved in the work of technology such as Huawei, Nokia, and Samsung have suggested that they have 6G R&D in the works.

Besides, The research work in the University of Oulu of Finland, South Korea’s Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Japan’s Osaka University, and Australia’s Adelaide University is going on.

Do we need 6G technology?

To develop the 6G, there are a lot of advanced mobile communications technologies will be needed. However, it is definitely going to be faster than the 5G technology. More speed will help to bring improvements in the areas of imaging, presence technology, and location awareness. Some other benefits include improved access to AI capabilities.

How much speed 6G will provide?

If talk about the speed of the 6G network, you must know about the speed of 5G. The 5G network is expected to deliver the peak data download speed at 20 gigabits per second (Gbps).

The 6G network is said to be 50 times faster than 5G. It may be said that one can download ar0und 1 terabyte or TB of data in one second.

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