6G network speed is 500 times faster than 5G, downloading 9 Netflix movies in just 1 second

 Although it won't appear until 2030, a lot of testing has already been done with 6G mobile networks.

According to Science Alert, a demo test for the 6G network demonstrated by an organization of Japanese telecommunications companies showed that their prototype can provide download data transfer speeds of 100 Gbps, 10 times faster than with peak 5G and 500 times the average 5G handset.

To demonstrate the speed of 6G, consider a two-hour Netflix movie at average quality streamed on a phone with a capacity of about 1.5GB. At 6G speeds, it can download 8 to 9 Netflix movies per second. While many consumers know that 5G's maximum download speed is 10 Gbps, what they don't know is that achieving maximum speed requires using the most powerful device running in optimized conditions.

The device used in the Japanese test runs on high frequency bands between 100GHz and 300GHz. 6G's ultra-fast data speeds could be used to help operate self-driving vehicles, help surgeons perform remote operations, and allow consumers to download high-resolution movies quickly than. These are examples of tasks that were used only a few years ago to demonstrate how much faster 5G would be compared to 4G.

To date, many examples such as self-driving cars and remote surgery have not been widely experienced despite the growing coverage of 5G signals. However, everything will change when there is 6G. This next-generation mobile network will increase bandwidth, allowing more traffic to be connected to the same network at the same time.

There is still a long time to go before 6G networks become widespread.

The report also says that 6G speeds will make Wi-Fi unnecessary for many people. In fact, this is starting to happen at current 5G speeds.

Of course, users shouldn't worry about whether their 5G phone will quickly become outdated or how much it will cost to buy a 6G device, because we have at least 6 years before the device will be available. 6G devices are starting to appear on the market.

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Everything started with 2G in 1991, then 3G in 2001, 4G in 2009 and 5G in 2018. The release of 6G networks is not yet set but in the not too distant future, they will come, even will be faster than expected.

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Experts predict that the sixth generation mobile network (6G network), powered by artificial intelligence (AI), will merge communications and computing into a physical and digital realm. seamless.

Qin Fei – president of the media research institute at Vivo said:

“We have discussed the internet of things before, but 6G has introduced us to an even smarter internet of things.”

With improvements in data latency, security, reliability and the ability to instantly process massive amounts of data around the world, Qin and other experts foresee 6G changing the game dramatically. both entertainment and work. Vivo's vision for 6G includes pioneering applications such as: mixed reality, three-dimensional and multi-sensory communication, interactive three-dimensional digital humans, robotics and autonomous driving.

Samsung is also participating in the 6G AI "battle".

Samsung announced it is joining the AI-RAN (Artificial Intelligence-Radio Access Network) Alliance as a founding member with the goal of driving 6G innovation by combining AI and transmission technologies. wireless communication.

Officially launched at the ongoing Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona (Spain), AI-RAN Alliance is an organization aiming to restore the convergence of AI and wireless communications as well as advanced technological innovation through cooperation with related companies.

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11 units, including Samsung, Arm, Ericsson, Microsoft, Nokia, NVIDIA, SoftBank and Northeastern University (USA) are participating as founding members. This new alliance will cooperate in developing groundbreaking new technologies as well as applying technologies to commercial products to prepare for the upcoming 6G era.

Charlie Zhang, Senior Vice President of Samsung Research America said:

“Emerging services in the 6G era will revolutionize the way people interact with technology, and AI will be an integral part of this trend. The AI-RAN Alliance will foster collaboration, drive innovation, and usher in a new era of transformation around AI and 6G networks. We believe this alliance will create new value for users and operators through AI-based innovation and use cases.”

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