China has officially initiated analyzing sixth-generation (6G) telecoms technology, reported by state media yesterday, a move it described as focusing to endorse the latest wireless modernization.
Chinese government ministries and research institutes met this week in a “kick-off” meeting to organize a national 6G technology research and development group, according to a report by the Science and Technology Daily, which is published by China’s Ministry of Science and Technology.
The ministry said….
It has arranged two offices to create 6G, one of which comprises of government agencies accountable for the appropriate policymaking.
The other covers 37 experts from colleges, research academies and enterprises, who are hoped to advise policymakers, China Daily reported.
Technologies relevant to ultra-fast mobile services have become a key odd point between the United States and China in late months.
Countries around the globe have been speeding to arise 5G next-generation wireless networks, which will be capable of providing data speeds at least 20 times faster than 4G, and ensure to support new technologies such as self-driving cars and augmented reality.
Reuters published a story, in April, quoting South Korean officials proclaiming win over the US and China as the site of the world’s first commercial launch of a 5G telecoms network.