6G Networks, we refer to telecommunication, 6G (sixth-generation wireless), which is the successor to 5G cellular technology. While most of the countries are still in the process of rolling out 5G Networks right now or busy to do so for the next few years on the road, 6G Networks is ready for pickup from 2030, which is just 8 years on the road.
For the consumer, it means you need to migrate two smartphones, one with 5G networks support, and another round is 6G networks support, if you want to get the most from the modern offering to get things done. For just typically internet, video surf and web meeting, current phone in hand is more than enough. But the world keeps moving forward with the new technology breakthrough, the latest replacing older, due to the market competition. More speed and bandwidth allows you to get things done faster and open more commercial opportunities to do and offer more services that previous generations of technology can not support.
Let’s focus on the main speed and bandwidth differences to get the idea for the core value: 5G, 6G, 7G (yes, 7G research is started, aka 802.11be). 6G is 1 terabyte per second, or 8Gb per second to easily understand. 6G maximum data rate is 9.6Gb. 7G is 46Gb. What does all this really mean? We humans keep pushing mobility and wireless, and for endpoint devices, regardless of what you use, it is completely free from the wire. Battery power becomes one of the main must have equipment for all day long device access. ARM based processors draw less power for whole day long power be the mainstream, System-on-chip (SOC), unified memory with GPU be the new market expectation. Intel traditionally split the GPU and power hungry architect design unless it has breakthrough, else the world is shifting toward ARM based for no longer the future. At the time, when it came to smartphones, Intel did not play a main role, as everyone knows, it is ARM based CPU that power the whole world smartphone, regardless of Android or Apple iOS, their latest M1, M1Pro, M1 Max, all are ARM based CPU design. When things happen at such a high speed, it means a need for automation technology to support, and all kinds of automation technology needs and replacement for the current ad hoc and manual process will be eliminated as well.
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