Nokia Oyj is heading several organizations and universities in a European Union-funded wireless project referred to as Hexa-X to provide assistance jump-start the latest generation of mobile technology that is already being named 6G.
The crew comprises wireless gear-making-peer Ericsson AB, mobile carriers Telefonica SA, Orange SA, and technology organizations such as Siemens AG and Intel Corp. As per the membership list, they’re followed by the University of Pisa and the University of Oulu.
Whereas the development of the 5G network is still in its initial steps, with 100 wireless carriers globally providing the services in restricted regions. And now the arrangements for the 6G development is kicking off in different areas worldwide.
Apart from this, Nokia-led Hexa-X in Europe, there is Next G Alliance and O-RAN Alliance in the U.S. Moreover, the government of China is financing a 6G development group.
According to several guesses. The 6G technology is likely to utilize ultra-high frequency terahertz airwaves and supply improved connectivity, which will be able to even link up to technology in the body and brain of humans along with real-time holographic imaging, beginning in 2030.
Nokia’s Devaki Chandramouli is the administrator of North American Standardization and is one of the engineers supervising the Hexa-X group. According to her, she aspires to set three intentions originally.
She further stated,
“The chief intention will be to develop the vision, the road map, and the timeline, then put together a timeline for the technology direction. And the third point is to help the interaction with U.S. government agencies to finance the research and also give the input for technology development.”