The Benefits of 6G

By Telecom Tech Outlook | Monday, January 11, 2021

6G would increase mobile device speeds to 10 devices per square kilometer. In real-time, the increased link density can allow many connected devices to communicate with each other.

Fremont, CA: 6G would emphasize on the network speed, reducing latency, and facilitating connectivity from machine to machine (M2M). But instead of human users, 6G is supposed to focus on improving the network experience of computers. In addition to replacing 5G, with the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, 6G will come with a variety of innovative features to set up the next-generation wireless networking network for connected computers.

Emphasis on Energy-Efficiency

6G would allow end-users in real-time to access a range of high-end services easily and instantly. But to access high-end services without any delay or interruptions, end-users would need devices with strong batteries. 6G promises to double the battery life of appliances. At the same time, by making the network function optimally without consuming additional resources, the technology would contribute to environmental sustainability. In contrast to 5G, 6G aims to improve the energy efficiency of the telecommunications network by two-fold.

Much Lower Latency

The wireless communication technology of the 6th generation will reduce the delay encountered by the user to less than 0.1 milliseconds. The considerable decline in latency will improve many delay-sensitive real-time applications' functionality and performance. Emergency response, remote surgery, and industrial automation would also be enabled by lower latency. At the same time, by making the network 100 times more stable than 5G networks, 6G can make the delay-sensitive real-time applications function flawlessly.

Network Reliability and Accuracy

At 500 km/h, 5G supports the fastest mobile device speeds. However, 6G would increase mobile device speeds to 10 devices per square kilometer. In real-time, the increased link density can allow many connected devices to communicate with each other. Also, by improving network efficiency more than 100 times and reducing the error rate by ten times, 6G can improve M2M interaction.