Innovating testing methodologies that can adapt to the expanding meaning of 'next-next-generation' will be required to usher in the paradigm change ushered in by 6G.
Despite the lack of clear technological approaches or uniform international standards, several governments are stepping up research and development activities as 6G, the next-generation communication technology, is largely predicted to enter commercialization around 2030.
There were a number of regulatory events in 2021, some predicted and others unexpected, that would have an intriguing impact on the Indian digital industry ecosystem.
The number of smartphone users worldwide has increased dramatically over the previous decade and is expected to continue to do so in the future.
India's largest metros will have 5G services next year, according to the Department of Telecommunications (DoT). How far has India and the rest of the world progressed on this?