Huawei, the world’s leading information technology products, technology and service provider, is set to launch a sixth-generation Internet service or 6G network by 2030, according to Eric Shu, the company’s rotating chairman. Shu made the announcement at the Huawei Global Analyst Summit in Shenzhen, China, in a statement on Tuesday.
At the event, Huawei highlighted the need to unveil 6G in the industrial sector. And for this a special white paper on 6G is going to be published. This white paper will help the regulators in the technology sector and the individuals and organizations concerned with the necessary information about this technology. The white paper will be unveiled soon.
Huawei is currently working on two issues related to 6G, the statement said. “First of all, we’re working with industry insiders to figure out what 6G really is,” Shu said. We would like to discuss with businesses and customers about what 6G will look like. Second, according to our goals and possible definitions of 6G, we are researching the basic sciences and the latest technology so that we can realize the importance of what we are doing together about 6G. ‘
Huawei serves more than 160 countries and territories, equivalent to one-third of the world’s population. With more than 1.94 million employees, Huawei is moving forward with the goal of building the IT-savvy society of the future by ensuring the highest level of service to global telecom operators, entrepreneurs and customers.
Different countries of the world are now on the way to introduce 5G technology in the telecommunication sector. The government is moving ahead with the idea of launching 5G in Bangladesh by 2023.