South Korea moves up it’s timeline for 6G


5G has yet to fully roll out around the world, but naturally a lot of companies and governments around the world are already exploring the idea of 6G. Now, it will probably be a while before we see the launch of 6G, but over in South Korea, it seems that the government is hoping to launch it earlier than expected.

This is according to a report from IT Home in which it quotes South Korea’s Ministry of Information and Communication Technology where they said that they plan to launch 6G services in 2028. This is actually 2 years earlier than what they had previously intended, and how they plan to make that happen is to incentivize businesses.

This will be done by providing businesses with things like materials, tools, and components to help push the envelope in hopes that it could spur the development and rollout of 6G. We have to say that this feels rather optimistic because 2028 is only 5 years away, and given that 5G isn’t quite as available yet, it means that the gap between the launch of 5G and 6G is shorter than that of 4G and 5G.

Also, based on what we know now about the development of 6G, it looks like there is still a long way to go and we’re not sure if issues like the range of 6G can be solved in the next few years. Either way we’ll have to wait and see, but what do you think? Do you think that maybe we are getting ahead of ourselves?

Source: PhoneArena

Tyler Lee
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