China has officially begun the research and development of 6G technology. The news came less than a week after the country rolled out its superfast 5G network.
The country’s Technology Bureau has formally set up a team of experts to work on the next-generation mobile internet connection, state media said today. A total of 37
telecommunication specialists drawn from universities, institutions and corporations are on the panel, which is tasked with laying out the development of 6G and proving the scientific feasibility of it.
The country’s Technology Bureau has formally set up a team of experts to work on the next-generation 6G mobile internet connection just a week after launching 5G
The news was announced during a 6G launch ceremony in Beijing on Sunday, according to a report by Chinanews.com.
Wang Xi, deputy minister of the Technology Bureau, said at the conference that the bureau was set to work with the experts to design a specific research plan for 6G and carry out preliminary research.