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Finland-based group claims first white paper to define 6G

It seems only yesterday that the seminal 5G white paper, published by the NGMN Alliance, was issued, setting out many of the key assumptions about the new generation of mobile technology. In fact, it was almost five years ago, which seems to be long enough for the industry to have moved on to ‘6G’, and the first white paper seeking to define what that will entail. The paper has been published by the 6G Flagship research program, which says the document “opens the floor for defining the 2030 wireless era”. This may be ambitious when most stakeholders are still struggling with what 5G will mean for networks and business models, but the authorship is credible. The paper is based on…

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