5G breaks new ground in next-generation wireless networks | Company

BELLEVUE, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nov. 9, 2022–

As 5G becomes 5G-Advanced, research into future sixth-generation “6G” wireless cellular networks is underway, which could open up new opportunities to extend wireless solutions to nearly every facet of interaction. between man and machine. Today, 5G Americas, the voice of 5G and 4G LTE for the Americas, announced the release of its latest white paper covering communications in the networks of the future titled “Mobile Communications Towards 2030”.

Chris Pearson, President of 5G Americas, said, “5G has a long roadmap of innovation ahead of it and lays the foundation for the success of the next generation of wireless technologies. As we move into the future of the connected world, our industry must first understand the areas that 5G does not address to create a 6G vision and set future standards. Businesses, governments, standards bodies and universities are just beginning to envision the possibilities of the next wave of wireless technology for 2030 and beyond.

The latest white paper will review activities shaping wireless networks beyond 5G in North America and around the world, including initiatives in Germany and India. It examines early specifications and requirements for emerging mobile communications applications, including holographic communications, imaging and sensing, massive IoT (mIoT) developments, smart agriculture, and first responder services, among others. .

The white paper focuses particularly on North American technical leadership, examining new emerging applications, services and technologies currently being discussed and planned. It reviews US Department of Defense activities, recent US chip legislation, standardization activities, and North American leadership within the ITU important to future 6G research and development.

“Mobile Communications Towards 2030” explores the following key topics:

  • Introduction with activities focusing on North America and NSF programs
  • Global Business Review
  • Standardization initiatives
  • Use case
  • Technological requirements and network evolution
  • Technology enablers and trends
  • North American leadership – technology and regulation

Brian Daly, Standards & Industry Alliance AVP at AT&T and leader of the 5G Americas Task Force for this document, said, “5G continues to evolve with significant advancements in many areas. However, organizations have begun to explore the next generation of wireless technology. As we look to the future, 6G is expected to have high demands for high performance, reliable, intelligent, cognitive, flexible and sustainable wireless communication networks.

Ali Khayrallah, Senior Scientist Advanced Technology Group at Ericsson and co-lead of this 5G Americas Task Force, said, “Many projects identified as ‘Next G’ and ‘6G’ are already underway in many parts of the world. Although 6G networks are not expected until at least 2030, the right strategies and policies can promote investment, research, development, innovation and deployment of the next generation of mobile communication technologies.

About 5G Americas: The Voice of 5G and LTE for the Americas

5G Americas is an industry trade organization comprised of leading telecommunications service providers and manufacturers. The organization’s mission is to facilitate and champion the advancement and transformation of LTE, 5G and beyond across the Americas. 5G Americas invests in building a connected wireless community while leading the development of 5G for all of the Americas. 5G Americas is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington. More information is available on the 5G Americas website and Twitter.

Members of the 5G Americas Board of Governors include Airspan Networks Inc., Antel, AT&T, Ciena, Cisco, Crown Castle, Ericsson, Intel, Liberty Latin America, Mavenir, Nokia, Qualcomm Incorporated, Samsung, Shaw Communications Inc., T- Mobile US, Inc., Telefonica, VMware and WOM.

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