Development of 6G technology (investment, R&D and testing) and commercialization of the 6G market (infrastructure, deployment, applications and services), use cases

DUBLIN, April 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The report “Sixth Generation Wireless by 6G Technology Development (Investment, R&D and Testing) and 6G Market Commercialization (Infrastructure, Deployment, Apps and Services), Use Cases and Industry Verticals 2021-2030” has been added to offer.

The report assesses the commercialization of the 6G market, including opportunities for infrastructure development and equipment deployment as well as the realization of applications and services.

The report also analyzes the 6G market use cases by industry vertical. The report provides the size of the 6G market for 2021 to 2030, with the lower end of the range primarily focused on technology development and the lower end of the range focusing on commercialization of the 6G market.

Select the report results:

  • 6G communications services will reach initial commercialization from 2028 to 2030
  • The market for pre-commercial infrastructure and 6G test benches will reach $ 4.83 billion by 2030
  • The Asia Pacific The region will lead the core 6G and RF investments, followed by the United States and Europe
  • 6G technologies are best characterized as ultra-secure, ultra-fast, ultra-reliable and ultra-short-range oriented capabilities
  • Post-market investments in 6G technologies will be dominated by short-range wireless use cases as well as peer-to-peer networks
  • 6G wireless will drive a new wave of electronic innovations, including device power management, miniaturization, networking and advanced computing

Continuing the trend started with technologies supporting 5G capabilities, 6G will be integrated with a previously disparate set of technologies. Several key technologies will converge with 6G, including AI, big data analytics and IT. 6G networks will extend the performance of existing 5G capabilities while expanding the reach to support increasingly new and innovative applications in communications, sensing, wireless cognition and imaging.

While 5G operates mmWave in the microwave frequency range, 6G will take advantage of even smaller wavelengths in the Terahertz (THz) band in the 100 GHz to 3 THz range. While the impact on the Radio Access Network (RAN) for 5G is substantial, it will be even greater with 6G networks, which is largely due to a substantial increase in frequency, which will ease the need for antennas practically everywhere.

Just as there have been and will continue to be many challenges with 5G, there will be many new challenges with 6G. One of these challenges will be to develop commercial transceivers for THz frequencies. This is largely an area in which suppliers of electronic components must innovate. For example, semiconductor vendors will have to deal with extremely small wavelengths and hence small physical size of RF transistors and how they interact with the element spacing of THz antenna arrays.

6G wireless will also exploit completely new RAN approaches to increase bandwidth and reduce latency, such as sub-THz radio frequencies and visible light spectrum, as well as take advantage of improvements to existing radio methods, such as than advanced MIMO technologies to increase spectral efficiency. This will include innovative methods such as angular momentum multiplexing, combining multi-RAT and 3D multi-link connectivity, as well as ultra-dense radio access point deployment such as the hyper-extension of the concept of small cell in a HetNet environment.

Ongoing study on technologies beyond 5G and sixth generation wireless

From 2018, the publisher began to formulate a vision for wireless and networks beyond 5G. Working independently, this market research company published its first 6G market research report titled Sixth Generation Cellular: Looking Beyond 5G to the 6G Technology Market in june 2019. This groundbreaking research represented a first survey of the upcoming 6G technology market. This research builds on our in-depth analysis of LTE, 5G, and computing (basic cloud, advanced computing, HPC and quantum) and other related fields such as artificial intelligence and support. load other technologies by AI.

6G Flagship, an organization funded in part by the Academy of Finland with an overall budget of 251 million euros to study 6G from 2018 to 2026, published the white paper titled “Key Drivers and Research Challenges for 6G Ubiquitous Wireless Intelligence” in September 2019. This publisher then became involved in the University of Oulu’s efforts to develop a set of new white papers focused on various additional aspects of 6G.

This resulted in the publication of the “White Paper on 6G Networks” in june 2020. Written by a group of international experts and led by the Finnish flagship 6G program, the article highlights the advanced features relevant for networking that are expected to shape the evolution beyond 5G, ultimately leading to 6G. . Gerry Christensen, founder of the publishing house, was one of the authors of the article and his name is among the contributors listed on the 6G Flagship website.

This publisher’s involvement in 6G Flagship’s efforts has both consolidated its early research results and provided an opportunity to network with wireless and network experts from industry and academia. This makes this publisher the leading authority on market research in the emerging field of 6G technology, solutions, applications and services.

Target audience:

  • Regulatory and Policy Groups
  • Exporters, importers and traders
  • Businesses and financial institutions
  • Technology associations and groups
  • Corporate and Institutional Investors
  • Government and international organizations
  • Patent offices and technology executives
  • Management consulting and consulting firms
  • Venture capital, consultants and more

Report benefits:

  • 6G technology development and commercialization forecast
  • Recognize the role of 5G in the evolution towards the 6G technology market
  • Get an overview of technologies beyond 5G and specific 6G capabilities
  • Understand the impact 6G will have on applications and solutions
  • Identify areas of transformation with next-generation 6G capabilities
  • Identify use cases and applicability of 6G technologies to industry verticals
  • Understand the role of next generation technologies such as smart surfaces
  • Identify the profound impact 6G will have on communication business models

Companies mentioned

  • AT&T
  • Self-talk
  • Broadcom Corporation
  • China Telecom
  • China Unicom
  • Cisco Systems
  • ComSenT (University of california)
  • Corning Incorporated
  • DeepSig
  • Ericsson
  • European Commission
  • Federated wireless
  • Fujitsu
  • Google
  • Huawei
  • InterDigital
  • International Telecommunication Union
  • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
  • Keysight Technologies
  • LG Corporation
  • MediaTek
  • Motorola Solutions
  • Nanyang Technological University
  • National Instrument Corp.
  • National Science Foundation
  • NEC Company
  • NGMN Alliance
  • Nokia (Bell Laboratories)
  • NTT DoCoMo
  • NVidia
  • NYU Wireless
  • Orange
  • Qualcomm
  • Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited
  • Samsung Electronics
  • SK Telecom
  • T Mobile
  • TU Brunswick
  • University of Oulu (6G Flagship)
  • Verizon wireless
  • Virginia diodes
  • Virginie Tech
  • ZTE

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