All about 5G and 6G Technologies

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    The Economic impact of 5G
    The fifth generation of mobile networks is here, and is expected to have a bigger impact on the global economy than any previous iterations, contributing more than $13 trillion to output worldwide by 2035. According to forecasts, China is set to see the most economic gains from the roll-out, while manufacturing will be the sector that will benefit most as operators are able to ramp up production and create new revenue streams as a result of industry digitalisation.
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    6G (network) - Wikipedia

    In telecommunications, 6G will be the sixth generation standard for wireless communications technologies supporting cellular data networks. It is the planned successor to 5G and will likely be significantly faster, at speeds of ~95 Gbit/s. Like its predecessors, 6G networks will be broadband cellular networks, in which the service area is divided into small geographical areas called cells. Several companies (i.e. Nokia, Samsung, LG, Apple) have shown interest in 6G. China, South Korea and Japan also reportedly have interest. 6G will likely become commercially available in the 2030s
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