Japanese telecommunications giant NTT: plans to release 6G technology at the Osaka Expo in 2025

Nikkei News reported on January 1 that Ms. Kobayashi, president of the Japanese telecommunications giant NTT West, said that NTT plans to release the experimental 6G network currently under development at the Osaka World Expo in 2025.

  

Japanese telecommunications giant NTT: plans to release 6G technology at the Osaka Expo in 2025

It is reported that NTT has begun to design the infrastructure of the 6G network, and the details will be confirmed in the next fiscal year. According to reports, NTT plans to commercialize its 6G technology at the end of this century.

According to Nikkei Shimbun’s previous report, for the new generation of communication standard “6G” that will be popularized around 2030, Japan’s NTT will expand its cooperation to 100 companies in Japan and abroad in order to promote independent optical transmission technology to become an international standard. It is reported that NTT will learn from the failure of the mobile network service “i mode” to expand overseas markets, and start cooperation with Japanese, American, European and Asian companies from the R&D stage to share technology and experience.

Nikkei News reported on January 1 that Ms. Kobayashi, president of the Japanese telecommunications giant NTT West, said that NTT plans to release the experimental 6G network currently under development at the Osaka World Expo in 2025.

  

Japanese telecommunications giant NTT: plans to release 6G technology at the Osaka Expo in 2025

It is reported that NTT has begun to design the infrastructure of the 6G network, and the details will be confirmed in the next fiscal year. According to reports, NTT plans to commercialize its 6G technology at the end of this century.

According to Nikkei Shimbun’s previous report, for the new generation of communication standard “6G” that will be popularized around 2030, Japan’s NTT will expand its cooperation to 100 companies in Japan and abroad in order to promote independent optical transmission technology to become an international standard. It is reported that NTT will learn from the failure of the mobile network service “i mode” to expand overseas markets, and start cooperation with Japanese, American, European and Asian companies from the R&D stage to share technology and experience.

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