China's got a head start on 6G: CNET

As reported by CNET: 5G is barely ready and yet China already has a plan to develop 6G systems. The country expects to formally begin research and development works for the sixth generation wireless systems in 2020, state media Securities Times reportedthis week. It cited Su Xin, leader of a 5G wireless technology working group at the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. The country expects to roll out 6G services commercially by 2030, according to Su, with conceptual research having begun this year. 6G could reportedly offer transmission speeds over 10 times faster than 5G, and theoretically, download speeds could reach 1TB per second, according to Su.

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As reported by CNET:

5G is barely ready and yet China already has a plan to develop 6G systems. The country expects to formally begin research and development works for the sixth generation wireless systems in 2020, state media Securities Times reportedthis week. It cited Su Xin, leader of a 5G wireless technology working group at the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. The country expects to roll out 6G services commercially by 2030, according to Su, with conceptual research having begun this year. 6G could reportedly offer transmission speeds over 10 times faster than 5G, and theoretically, download speeds could reach 1TB per second, according to Su.

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