At the 18th Global Analyst Conference, Huawei’s Rotating Chairman Eric Xu shared some information about the company’s business growth in 2020 and confirmed that the last year’s business met its expectations.
However, Huawei has not only presented its layout of the business strategy but also its plan for the future including the 6G network. We know that the reach of the 5G network is still not wide on the global scale and a company started talking of a new network structure.
Well, you may want to know that Huawei has rolled out this initiative for the 6G network and it’ll start in 2030.
Eric said Huawei is already ahead of its competitors in 5G technology and taken the lead in 6G research and development. Eric said that 6G networks will be introduced to the market around 2030, and Huawei will release a 6G white paper in the near future.
Cui Baoguo, deputy dean of the School of Information at Tsinghua University, once predicted that 6G network speed could reach 1,000 gigabytes per second, with a delay of under 100 us-microseconds (0.1 ms-meter per second). The speed of 6G is 50 times that of 5G networks, and the delay is only one-tenth of the latter.
6G is far superior to 5G in terms of the peak rate, delay, traffic density, connection density, mobility, spectrum efficiency, and positioning capabilities.
For many people, 6G is still not understandable and makes them confused. On the other hand, many companies and experts have not yet fully figured it out. Therefore, they need Huawei and its industry partner will soon publish a white paper to explain the potential use cases of the 6G network.
Aside from its network speed, experts believe that 6G will bring a fully connected ecosystem for the network architecture and will be the best tool for satellite communication integration to achieve seamless global coverage through satellite communication integration, network signals can reach any remote area or country.
(Via – CGTN)