Huawei wants to lead in 6G technology

According to Nikkei, speaking to a group of Huawei scientists, researchers and interns early last month, Nham Chinh Phi said the company will continue to develop its 5G and artificial intelligence business, while making efforts. working hard to take the lead in the upcoming network technology. “Our 6G research is to prepare for a rainy day, we aim to win the 6G patent platform. We must not wait until 6G becomes possible because waiting will impose restrictions on us due to lack of patents,” Nham said. Huawei currently holds the world’s largest number of standard essential patents (SEPs) of 5G technology.

SEP covers technology used in industry standards and is necessary to manufacture devices that are compatible with those standards. Although still in its infancy, 6G promises to open the door to more fiction applications, including the fields of space research and earth science. Like 5G, 6G becomes a competitive point among the world’s major economies. China prioritizes 6G technology as one of the important research areas, while the US and Japan pour a lot of money into 6G development. Both the US and Japan lag behind China in 5G development and deployment. Mr. Ren also discussed the impact of the US trade embargo on Huawei. He acknowledged that the smartphone division was hit hard by the ban. Huawei recorded the largest revenue decline ever in the first half of this year, mainly due to the smartphone business. “Due to the US ban for the past 2 years, we no longer use the best components to make the best products.” Instead, Huawei uses other suitable components to create high-quality products, improving profits. However, Mr. Nham affirmed that he will not give up developing his own semiconductor through HiSilicon Technologies chip division. Huawei has invested in more than 20 chip-related firms, according to Nikkei. He denied the US embargo had beaten Huawei.

The 76-year-old founder said: “There is no chaos in the company. The company is uniting more than ever and attracting even more talent.” “We let HiSilicon continue climbing the Himalayas, but most of the staff will plant potatoes, graze sheep and cattle at the foot of the mountain to provide stable food for those who are climbing,” Nham said. . Huawei will continue to recruit the world’s top talent, including from the US, with higher salaries than other markets are offering. Nikkei once reported that Huawei has increased the recruitment of foreign personnel, especially in Europe. Mr. Ren said Huawei is in a strategic stage of growth and survival, so there must be enough talent to rush forward. Du Lam (According to Nikkei)

According to the White Paper, the international organization for telecommunications technology 3GPP is expected to begin research and development of international technical standards for 6G networks around 2025 before commercialization is expected around 2030.

China has granted a license for commercial use of 5G networks and started researching and developing 6G technology from 2019.

Meanwhile, according to experts, 5G technology is designed to increase the speed and responsiveness of wireless networks. 5G was born to inherit 4G, resulting in faster download speeds, smoother data streaming and more. 5G is not only about speed but it also opens up completely new applications and causes a huge revolution in the following years.

The arrival of 5G network promises to bring a lot of utilities and wide applications in the future. 5G could be the key to making self-driving cars more ubiquitous.

For them to function at their best, they need to be able to quickly send and receive data to and from other cars, navigation systems and more. These require a fast network speed, low latency, lots of bandwidth and high reliability.

One thing where the speed and bandwidth of 5G can really help is the Internet of Things (IoT). With everything from smart air conditioners to smart lights popping up in your home, 5G provides the capabilities needed to connect things easily.

(According to Vietnam+)

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