Japan has begun work on 5G technology, which will be 10 times faster than 6g. China, South Korea and Finland are among the countries that have started work on 6G, which is thought to be the direction of future technology.
The latest information shared by the Nikkei points out that Japan is beginning to conduct extensive work on 6G technology. It is suggested that the 6G technology that Japan plans to offer by 2030 will be 10 times more Maiden than 5g. Among the shared information is that countries such as China, South Korea and Finland have also begun work on 6G technology. As you know, Japan's pace with 5G technology has not been very quick, but the country hopes to catch up with early work on 6G technology.
Japan's Ministry of Interior and communications plans to set up a research team in January that will include state employees as well as technology-related citizens from the public. The research team, which will be co-ordinated by Tokyo Goshinjin University, will also include researchers from NTT and Toshiba. Decisions on 6g's performance targets and overall policies are expected to take shape in June.
Officials believe the 6G technology they have begun their work on will radically change the future. Thanks to 6G technology, future people will be able to take part in conference rooms or classrooms with 3-D images of themselves. In addition, robot technology will be greatly improved and robots will take on many jobs of humans. Japan has set aside a budget of $ 2.03 billion for research and development work of 6G technology. Expected to be 10 times faster than 5G technology, 6G will provide network connectivity using previously unused high-frequency waves.
Of course, Japan is not the only country that has started work on 6G technology. The Chinese government had also indicated in November 2019 that it would set up two institutes to carry out 6G studies. Some universities and state-funded institutes from Finland have also begun work on 6G technology. Samsung and LG brands in South Korea have also taken the first steps for this area in 2019. In the future, we will see which countries will be included among these countries.