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European, Chinese 6G groups ink agreement on 6G cooperation

Europe's 6G-IA had recently signed a similar agreement with Japan's Beyond 5G Promotion Consortium China's IMT-2030 (6G) Promotion Group, which promotes 6G R&D and international cooperation, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on 6G with the 6G Smart Networks and Services Industry Association (6G-IA),...

It’s the ‘right time’ to prepare for 6G, says Samsung

The road to 6G will long and challenging, but collaboration is key: Samsung Research exec With 5G rollouts still very much underway but having made significant global progress, the industry is beginning to turn its attention to the development of 6G technology. In the slightly...

Samsung unveils 6G research findings and 6G spectrum white paper

Samsung Electronics had published a white paper introducing its 6G vision in July 2020 Samsung Electronics released a white paper that lays out the company’s vision for securing global frequency bands for future 6G technology. The paper, titled “6G Spectrum: Expanding the Frontier,” discusses ways to...

Japanese, European groups ink MoU on 6G cooperation

This MoU is the first to be signed between the Beyond 5G/6G related organizations from Japan and Europe Japan’s Beyond 5G Promotion Consortium (B5PC) and Europe’s 6G Smart Networks and Services Industry Association signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to boost cooperation on next-generations networks. The...

Rakuten Mobile signs deal to carry out digital twins research

Rakuten Mobile views digital twins as a fundamental requirement to achieve the validation of efficient and reliable networks in the future Japanese carrier Rakuten Mobile signed an agreement with the Technical University of Munich (TUM) with the aim of collaborating on research into digital twins...

Verizon to support research at Penn State, CalTech with 5G mmWave

Verizon operates five 5G Labs in the U.S. and one in London that research use cases in healthcare, public safety, entertainment and more Verizon today announced two separate 5G millimeter wave (mmWave) partnerships in the higher education space. The carrier deployed its edge compute platform,...

University of Glasgow to set up facility to test 6G communications systems

The University of Glasgow recently confirmed it aims to set up a facility to test future "6G" communications systems, after securing a £2.6 million equipment grant. In a statement, the University said that the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) have backed its plans...

Japan, Finland to carry out joint research on 6G

An international team of researchers from Japan and Finland will work to develop technologies and standards for future 6G technologies as part of a joint research agreement between the two countries, the University of Tokyo said in a release. Japan and Finland have initiated a...

Quortus research indicates ‘burgeoning excitement’ for private networks

91% of those surveyed believe their network woes are directly tied to the limitations of macro public networks, according to Quortus New research commissioned by LTE and 5G network solutions provider Quortus indicated that enterprise IT decision makers are becoming increasingly interested in private networks...

Well, technically… the traditional approach to science education prevents science education: Stony Brook University’s Gena Sbeglia (Ep. 50)

Gena Sbeglia is a biologist and biology education researcher at Stony Brook University, and perhaps most importantly, my big sister. On this week's episode, we talk about what it means to have a STEM identity and how traditional approaches to science and STEM education...

Chinese company OPPO starts research on future ‘6G’ technology

Chinese tech company OPPO has established a pre-research team to conduct preliminary research on yet-to-be-standardized 6G service and technology requirements, key technologies, and system features, the firm said in a release. The company’s research institute officially released its first 6G white paper, dubbed "6G AI-Cube...

Verizon secures $495M contract with US DoD to manage research network

Verizon Public Sector secured a $495 million contract with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to deliver high-bandwidth, low-latency, Layer 2 wide area network services in support of critical research. Verizon’s solutions, which include switch, router, firewall and edge compute capabilities, will connect 200...

Huawei expects 6G technology to emerge around 2030: Chairman

Chinese vendor Huawei expects 6G technologies to hit the market by around 2030, the company’s rotating chairman, Eric Xu, recently said a Huawei global analyst conference. “We think 6G will be on the market by around 2030, but we don't really know what 6G is...

NI is part of a team looking to integrate drones into 5G wireless networks

It's important to think about the drone applications you can build on top of 5G, says NI The Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) program earlier this week announced the first contributing equipment partners to the Aerial Experimentation and Research Platform for Advanced Wireless (AERPAW) testbed, which explores the...

OnePlus commits to 5G, plans to invest $30 million in research

The investment will go towards RF circuits, antennas and multi-media A few days after confirming that its upcoming series of phones will all be 5G-enabled, Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus announced that the company is investing nearly $30 million to further its 5G research efforts, which...

High-speed Wi-Fi at ag research center may be blueprint for rural communities

A newly installed Wi-Fi network at agricultural research center in California may enable researchers to view field data in real time while serving as a proof-of-concept for rural communities needing low-cost Internet access. PARLIER, California — Outside the small San Joaquin Valley town of Parlier,...

California’s research network connects science and community

An interview with CENIC CEO Louis Fox reveals the interconnectedness and importance of broadband and wireless to researchers and community at large. CENIC — the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California — wants to connect the state of California into one giant wireless mesh network. With...

‘6G’: DARPA enlists US engineering schools for smart road

DARPA, industry fund research into high-gigahertz and terahertz spectrum for "6G" smart road. The industry is just getting started with 5G, but New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering — home of NYU Wireless and the Brooklyn 5G Summit — is joining in the Defense...

Feature Report: Peru: A Mobile Market Set for Growth

Dominated by the two largest Latin American telecom operators, Peru's wireless market still holds promise. As observers have noted, there is room to grow in Peru as mobile penetration is at 96%, 2G services accounts for 91% of the total market and 76% of...

Online shopping booming in Latin America, survey finds

Over the next few years, the number of online shoppers in Latin America is expected to grow 20% a year, and business-to-consumer e-commerce revenue is expected to increase to U.S. $30 billion by 2013, according to a survey by German research firm yStats.com. Brazil dominates...

Women buying 50% of smartphones, 61% of eReaders

Not too long ago we heard some evidence that eReaders - specifically Barnes & Noble's Nook Color - were being snapped up by the world's womenfolk. Now according to some official numbers from Nielsen, women are buying almost two thirds (61%) of all eReaders sold.

Press Release: Mobile Network Operators Face Seven Fold Increase in Data Delivery Costs, Rising to $370bn by 2016, Juniper Research warns

Juniper Research | August 2, 2011 | Press Release Analyst house calls for wider use of offload, optimisation technologies to reduce operating costs Hampshire, UK –  2nd August 2011:  Mobile network operators (MNOs) must explore means of addressing data delivery costs and inefficiencies in base station...

iPad accounts for 97% of tablet usage in the US

It looks as if those reports announcing the end of the iPad era may have been a little premature after all. A study released yesterday by research firm comScore shows that Apple's best-selling iPad accounts for no less than 97.3% of tablet browsing in the US.

comScore Releases First Public Report on Web Usage in Peru, Expanding Coverage of Latin American Market

Google, Microsoft and Facebook Rank as Most-Visited Internet Properties in Peru Portal Sites Account for One-Third of Internet Users’ Time Online Lima, Peru, June 15, 2011 - comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today released its first public study of Internet...

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