Nokia collaborates on 6G network standard, focusing on artificial intelligence and ‘industrial virtual world’

Update (06/06/2022) – FM

Nokia announced on Monday that it will work with NTT and its specialist telecommunications subsidiary DOCOMO to define its standards for 6G, the next-generation mobile network. The news came shortly after company president Pekka Lundmark made a first impression.

According to the Finnish brand’s statement, the partnership should focus on developing two proofs of concept for emerging 6G technologies: Create network interfaces using native artificial intelligence (AI) And gain access to “terahertz” radio frequencies, which are spectrum well above the 5G band.

The company emphasized prioritizing the benefits of AI in 6G and the use of frequencies above 100 GHz, stating that “these technologies have great potential to increase application flexibility and extend throughput beyond 5G without increasing energy consumption”.

The company believes Faster data transfer using the 140 GHz band. These connections can deliver mobile network speeds of up to 100 Gbps under ideal conditions, or 10 times faster than 5G. Samsung is less conservative, believing it can increase rates by a factor of 50.

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Nokia added that it will work with NTT to explore other technologies, including the network-as-sensor concept to enhance the security of enterprise private networks; specialized, cognitive and automated architectures; among other innovations.

All analyses will be performed in laboratories in Japan, at the headquarters of NTT and DOCOMO, and in Stuttgart, Germany. Network testing should begin in 2022, with 6G expected to be available in 2030, with a focus on the “Industrial Metaverse”.

Original (25/05/2022)

Nokia CEO says 6G should hit the market in 2030 as ‘industrial virtual world’ expands

With the expansion of industrial virtual worlds in the tech sector, 6G technology should hit the market around 2030, the president and chief executive of telecommunications company Nokia said.

He made the prediction during a panel discussion on “Strategic Overview of the Digital Economy” in Davos on Wednesday (25th).

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Lundmark said that by 2030, mobile phones as we know them today will no longer be the most common interface, as the physical and digital worlds will grow together, which could lead users to use virtual reality to activate a switch or command, the world. reality.

While 5G networks are currently under construction, commercial applications of quantum computing are maturing, signaling the imminence of 6G. Industrial virtual worlds will bring similar, nearly identical models to those that exist in our world.

Alphabet’s CFO Ruth Parlot is also in the discussion, and predicts that people will soon be able to instantly translate conversations using virtual reality glasses.

There is currently no standard definition for 6G. It wasn’t until late 2018 and early 2019 that telecommunications networks started using 5G technology in U.S. commerce. Lundmark also said that switching to 6G would require a wider range of computing resources, including a network that is a hundred or even a thousand times faster than 5G.

Experts describe 6G as not only a higher-speed technology, but a massive generational leap for telecommunications networks, exploiting properties such as quantum mechanics and artificial intelligence.

Earlier this month, news broke that Samsung is starting to develop 6G, a network that can be 50 times faster than 5G.

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