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Huawei, Xiaomi and ZTE explore use of 6G in China

Christian Fernsby ▼ | June 1, 2020
Huawei, Xiaomi and ZTE technologies are exploring today in China the potential application scenarios of the 6G wireless network, which should surpass its predecessor in connection speed and data transmission capacity.
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Sources linked to these companies said the projects should yield the first results by 2023, giving way to the establishment of standards by 2026, then the deployment of the necessary systems in 2028 and preliminary commercial use in 2030.

Topics: Huawei Xiaomi ZTE

Huawei is currently collecting information on problems identified with 5G to eliminate them in the jump to 6G.

According to Yu Chengdong, one of the corporation's directors, the future network should be used in the Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles and intelligent factories, among other areas.

Experts also cite among the advantages of 6G, compared to 5G, the installation of fewer antennas to provide coverage to larger territory and lower latency time, that is, the time it takes to transmit a package within the network.

Apart from Huawei, Xiaomi and ZTE, South Korea's Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics are also in the global race to lead the way in next-generation telecommunications.