The three key global trends in 2022 also directly point out the major problems facing the communications industry. In December 2021, the 3GPP standards body reached a consensus on the priority and scope of the 5G Release 18 standard, becoming the first officially recognized "advanced" standard, which will support more device types and use cases in the future. The associated trend of network virtualization is having a huge impact on how wired and wireless networks work together, completely upending existing business models. At the same time, in the fourth year of 5G deployment, it is imperative to invest in the development of the next generation technology (6G).
New developments in wireless communication are advancing rapidly. Although 5G has just officially entered the commercial market, many designers are developing new 6G-related technologies.
To meet the innovative application needs of the next generation, while ensuring the best user experience and energy efficiency, MediaTek pointed out today that 6G will enable ubiquitous global network connectivity, and 6G data transmission rates will increase to 10 to 100 times that of 5G's, giving ultra-low latency that will match the requirements of advanced applications.
Technology seeks transparent and easy-to-access features, so that technology is no longer limited to a few Human hands; daily life scenes are also expected to be shaped by augmented reality, wearable devices, etc., with a brand-new future look.
The 6G technology after 5G has already been studied by existing countries. Relative to the revolutionary change of 5G, 6G should be the perfection, strengthening, and further optimization and promotion of 5G technology.