Monday, 13 September 2021 – 21:29 WIB
6G wireless communication network. Photo: pixabay
jpnn.com, BEIJING – Chinese telecommunications company Huawei Technologies revealed plans to launch 6th generation (6G) telecommunications products in 2030.
The plan revealed by Huawei CEO Xu Zhijun indicates Huawei’s continued existence amid US sanctions, Chinese media reported Monday.
Xu alluded to Huawei’s 6G plans in the preface to the book recently published by Xinsheng, an online community of telecommunications companies headquartered in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province.
In an article written by Xu, 6G is a more complete and more complex technology than 5G.
The latest technology will affect several technologies such as cloud computing, supply chain, and big data.
He mentioned that Huawei has invested funds in 6G research since 2017 or when 5G began to be commercialized.
“Huawei will introduce 5.5G and research 6G simultaneously in the next few years. This is a test of the imagination and creativity of the entire industry as to whether 6G can surpass 5G and 5.5G technologies,” Xu wrote.
The 6G discourse comes days before the one-year anniversary of the United States (US) ban on Huawei chips.