On November 2, according to media reports, Sony, Intel and NTT announced that they would jointly develop 6G mobile network, which is expected to be launched around 2030.
In addition, Nokia, MediaTek and other companies also began to invest in 6 gigabytes of network preparation.
At present, 5g network is officially popularized, and enterprises have begun to pave the way for 6G.
According to the fact that there are significant changes in network technology every decade, making preparations in advance will bring greater advantages to the future development.
Sony, Intel and NTT will set up 6G network research institutions in the United States next year, and plan to invite more multinational companies to join in.
The three companies aim to accelerate the application of the new communications infrastructure, which will integrate all photonic network infrastructure, including silicon photons, edge computing, and wireless distributed computing, to address future communications needs by developing new technologies.
At the same time, through more advanced semiconductor technology to change the existing mobile phone use mode, China, the United States and South Korea have launched 5g services one after another, and began to provide commercial services. It is expected that more manufacturers will enter the next stage of research soon.