Samsung 6G Plan: 1000Gbps Peak Rate, Mobile Holograms, 16K VR


Samsung is allegedly working on the 6G network interference and we are not surprised. Although 5G networking is still at its initial phase, Samsung is already working on its 6G plans. It recently released a white paper titled “The Hyperlink Experience for All”. This white paper outlined the company’s vision for the next generation communication system (ie 6G). It basically is the Samsung 6G plan that has been under research for a while now.

The white paper states that Samsung expects 6G communication to be capitalised as early as 2028 and go mainstream by 2030. Moreover, ITU-R is expected to begin their work to define a 6G vision by next year. ITU-R is a sector of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) subjective for radio communication.

Moreover, this outlied vision covers all aspects related to 6G. It includes megatrends in technology and society, new services, demand, candidate technologies, and expected standardization schedules. Samsung visions on bringing 6G as the next hyper-connected experience to every corner of life. To enlighten this vision, Samsung makes its fair share of contribution in this specific field.

Samsung 6G

Samsung 6G Research

Moreover, Samsung has been conducting 6G research for a while now and has also been contributing a lot in this sector. Furthermore, Samsung Research had also established the Advanced Communication Research Center in May last year.

Samsung Research is a senior research and development centre in the SET business of Samsung Electronics. This centre researches various new and on-going projects and initiatives. It makes sure that the customers get nothing but the best with a very intense fixated research in every way.

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While talking about the 6G project, Sunghyun Choi the Senior Vice President and Head of the Advanced Communications Research Center at Samsung Research stated: “The commercialization of 5G is still in its outset, and it is never too early to prepare for 6G because it usually takes about 10 years from the beginning of research to the commercialization of a new generation of communication technology.”

Samsung 6G Plan: 1000Gbps Peak Rate, Mobile Holograms, 16K VR 1

So, with that note, we know for sure that Samsung has been exclusively working on its plan for the 6G network, due to which we might as well get the new 6G network as early as 2028 from Samsung.

Also, he further stated that the company will begin 6G research in “full-scale” from this year. He added on to say that with the passage and advancement of time and resources the developing technical standards for each successive generation has shortened. Similarly, it won’t be long before the 6G starts to make its mark on the platform once its work is fully initiated.

Plans and resources:

The published white paper comprises of three categories of requirements stated as per Samsung

  • performance
  • architectural
  • trustworthiness

These categories are solely there to actualise 6G services as truly immersive extended reality, high-fidelity mobile hologram, and digital replicas.

Also, the conglomerate said that to make it legit “A peak data rate of 1,000 gigabits per second, air latency of fewer than 100 microseconds, 50 times the peak data rate of 5G, and one-tenth the latency will be needed.

“Moreover, the Performance and architectural specification for 6G includes

  • Optimising network design which will decently overcome the limited computation capability of mobile devices.
  • Enabling the flexible integration of new network entities
  • Applying artificial intelligence right from the get-go of technology development.

AI will be used for security purpose. It will be used to bring trustworthiness from security and privacy issues arising for its use and data collections.


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