6G technology It is already making discussions in the world of technology. But now you can use 6G internet? Many are asking this question. If there is no use now, then why talk so much about 6G now. At the moment, the 5G facility has not reached all the places. So why are you talking about 6G? However, now you can buy a 5G smartphone but not enjoy all the benefits of a 5G connection. But technology has not stopped and the next steps in the world of mobile connectivity have already begun.
Where 5G facility is not open to everyone. Still in the process of testing. Our networking world has started working with 6G there. In that respect, in the near future, we will hear the news of the 6G trial soon after the arrival of 5G. The amount of 6G reports is increasing day by day and most of it has been built around a few reports and studies. Let’s take a look at some of the 6G issues today and find out what the future holds for this technology.
How will 6G technology work?
Already researching 6G technology is looking at what is possible and what may be needed. The actual format of 6G will depend on 5G, how 5G develops, and where its shortcomings will be present. 5G is being made by giving priority to many problems of the present time. Now there is no other way but to wait, only time will tell how much 5G benefits we will get. 5G will basically make a lot of rules for us to use the internet. We need an uninterrupted high-speed internet for online streams and automated driving cars. That’s what 5G is going to do. Today’s technology in our lives and how it is changing near future?
But how fast the 6G?
We still don’t know how fast 6G will be, if we can understand 5G speeds, estimates it will be about 100 times faster than 5G. The final values will define what a 6G connection is, probably under the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
When will the 6G come? When will we be able to use the 6G?
We asked this question very early on. If we keep an eye on 5G, we can understand why the term was used so early.
Not us, but the words of Ericsson’s chief technology officer (CTO) Erik Ekudden during MWVC 2019 Shanghai in July 2019. Then, in December 2020, Verizon CTO Kyle Malady followed by saying, “I really don’t know what the hell 6G is.” Either way, we’ll say it again: at the moment it’s about 5G.
According to a 2021 ABI Research report, the 6G will initially be commercially available in 2028 and 2029 and will be released on a larger scale in the following years.