In an interview with Prof. Wolfgang Kellerer by TUM staff on the next wireless communications generation, he talks about the future of 6G and what it means for devices - and us all.
Finnish telecommunications equipment vendor Nokia and the University of Technology Sydney, have announced a five-year deal to build and run a state-of-the-art 5G innovation facility.
5G wireless is only just finally rolling out widely around the world, with networks nowhere near complete, but Apple is looking to the future, and wants engineers to work on developing 6G technology.
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