- Huawei announces to introduce 6G networks by 2030.
- The supposed plans were revealed by the company’s rotating chairman Xu Zhijun.
- The speed of 6G network may reach 1,000 gigabits per second.
- The tech company is said to have been working on 6G networks since 2019.
China’s Huawei and the company’s rotating chairman Xu Zhijun recently revealed its plans to introduce 6G networks to the market in less than 10 years, by 2030. The announcement was mde were at a conference in Shenzhen earlier this week.
According to reports, Huawei vowed to release a white paper explaining its vision for the development of next-generation networks in the near future. China’s CGTN reported that 6G networks may be 50 times faster than 5G, while details about the technology are still scarce. Under ideal conditions 5G networks allow the transfer of up to 20 gigabits per second, and the speed of its successor may reach 1,000 gigabits per second.
It is said that 6G technology will also allow use of the internet at high-speed movement, for example in a plane.
The tech company in 2019 had revealed that it started working on 6G networks “long ago.” While the company’s CEO Ren Zhengfei mentioned that the technology then was still in the early stages, and projecting that some ten years could pass before it becomes a reality.