Germany develops 6G technology

Germany develops 6G technology

Germany develops 6G technology

The German government wants to spend about 700 million euros by 2025 to fund research related to the development of a successor to 5G wireless networks, the 6G standard.

5G, according to the Germans, sets specific standards, and 6G will only speed up some processes.

It is already known that 6G will be able to offer speeds up to 100 times faster than the 5G network. This technology will be implemented not only for individual users, but also in industry and agriculture.

6G is nothing new – countries like the United States, South Korea and China are already working on this technology. At the moment, however, there are no specific dates associated with the possible deployment of 6G networks. It is estimated that they may start operating around 2030 or later.

Germany, developing 6G, will want to become independent from suppliers such as Ericsson or Huawei, relying on its own solutions.

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