Beyond 5G Technology, Infrastructure and Devices to 2030: Outlook for 6G Services
DUBLIN, Sept. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Beyond 5G Technology, Infrastructure, and Devices 2025 - 2030" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This research evaluates the 6G market for infrastructure, devices, applications, and services. The report assesses the technologies, capabilities, and anticipated communications and computing solutions beyond 5G. It analyzes 5G evolution and the impact of anticipated 6G technologies on the ICT ecosystem including infrastructure, business planning, and innovation areas necessary to realize the beyond 5G market. It also provides forecasts for 6G technology including infrastructure, devices, apps and services from 2025 through 2030.
Leading ICT service providers (such as NTT DoCoMo), vendors (such as Samsung), academic intuitions (such as the University of Oulu) and other NGOs are identifying the purpose, goals, and associated capabilities for sixth-generation wireless.
More than ever before, 6G technology will represent an integrated set of previously disparate technologies. Several key technologies will converge with 6G including AI, big data analytics, and computing. In addition, next-generation 6G capabilities in the areas of sensing, imaging, and location determination will generate vast amounts of data that must be managed on behalf of the network owners, service providers, and data owners.
The introduction of 5G paves the way for much of this convergence, such as the need to deploy edge computing to ensure overall throughput and low latency for URLLC solutions as well as supporting MTC in the form of many low-power IoT devices that do not have their own onboard computing. Whereas the addition of mobile edge computing (MEC) is a point of consideration as an addition to 5G networks, MEC will be built into all 6G networks.
Edge and core computing will become much more seamlessly integrated as part of combined communications/computation infrastructure framework by the time that 6G networks are deployed. This will provide many potential advantages as 6G technology becomes operational such as improved access to AI capabilities. Working in conjunction with AI, computational infrastructure will be able to autonomously determine the best location for computing to occur, which shall include decisions about storage, processing, and data sharing.
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