We’ve come a long way from utilizing networks for telephony services like calls and messages in 2G, to enjoying internet speed in 3G, establishing private office networks in 4G,
Now creating smart environments with automation and robots in 5G.
Each each generation of communication technology introduces major improvements to the network, improving on the preceding generation’s use-cases while also bringing new ones.
While 5G is still in its infancy, 6G will be built upon it. It is expected to accelerate the adoption of 5G use cases at scale, owing to cost-cutting and optimizations, particularly at the business level.
At the same time, it will open up new possibilities. Furthermore, 6G will connect the human, physical, and virtual worlds.
Take, for example, the term “metaverse.” It’s one of the 5G use cases that’s set to shake up both the traditional and digital worlds.
The ‘Metaverse’ would not only grow into a final form with 6G, but it would also likely merge with the actual world via artificial intelligence and machine learning.
This is because, according to Nokia Bell Labs, the most striking feature of 6G will be its capacity to perceive the environment, people, and things.
The network will become more intelligent when its sensing capabilities is integrated with artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The implementation of 5G in India is behind schedule, but with 6G, the tables may flip.
This is due to the fact that 6G development has already commenced in the nation.
Work on constructing the next generation of communication technology has begun utilizing indigenously built 6G infrastructure,
According to Minister of Communication Ashwini Vaishnaw, with the goal of launching it by the end of 2023 or early 2024.