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Huawei announced the launch of 6G networks by 2030


April 16, 2021 02:42 GMT

The company will soon publish a white paper containing details about the technology, company president Xu Zhijun announced.

Huawei’s rotating president, Xu Zhijun, announced this week that the Chinese tech giant will launch 6G networks in 2030, according to chain reports. CGTN.

Within the framework of the Huawei Global Analysts Conference, held in Shenzhen, in Canton (southern China), Xu also announced that the company will soon publish a technical report that includes details on 6G technology.

As explained to Cui Baoguo Chain, deputy director of Tsinghua University’s School of Information, the speed of a 6G network can reach 1000 Gbps, more than 50 times that of 5G networks, which also exceeds it in another set of parameters. In turn, Bloomberg Appreciation That the sixth generation could be Up to 100 times faster than 5G.

It is expected The new type of network can connect to more complex devices, including automated cars. Additionally, it can bring various science fiction ideas to life, such as real-time holograms or flying vehicles.

Many countries are already struggling to be a leader in technology development to gain an advantage over other players in the tech sphere. The main competitors today are the United States, China and the European Union.

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