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A 6G Leap

siliconreview A 6G Leap

None of us can deny that the last couple of decades witnessed tremendous advancements in the field of mobile technology. What started off as a mere talking device is today a multi utility gadget. So while we are busy fiddling with our 4G handsets and researches are toiling to bring to us 5G technology at the earliest, it is interesting to note that work on 6G technology has already started. 

The highlight of 6G technology is its high altitude stratospheric platform station (HAPS) system. This will not just ensure an incredible transmission rate (in the range of terabytes) but also pave the way for a complete wireless network with absolutely no restrictions. The underlying technology of 6G mobile network is exactly the same as that of the 2x3G+LTE. That is why industry experts are of the opinion that the transition to 6G will be a smooth one and that there will be no inconvenience to the end user. If we are able to establish a single nanocore for all nations, there will be immense expansion in data center configuration options. This will bring to us high internet access speed with absolutely no fluctuations. Commercially, companies have already started coming forward to rebrand and market the 6G technology. Recently Ting became the first carrier in North America to lay claim to offering 6G mobile network technology. Indeed, with such a technology at our doorstep, the future of mobile communication looks promising.