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Samsung working on 6G technology, achieved speed 50 times faster than 5G

South Korea’s top technology company Samsung on Tuesday claimed to achieve 50 times faster speed than 5G in 6G technology research. Samsung Electronics’ Senior Vice President and Head of Product Strategy, Network Business, Vonil Roh, said in a company presentation on the new 5G transmission device that Samsung has achieved 5.23 gigabits per second (Gbps) speed on 5G networks.

Sunghyun Choi, Senior Vice President, Network Business and Head of Advance Communications Research, Samsung Electronics, said, “6G will create a world of opportunities with a wide variety of emerging technologies that will shape the emerging experiences and services model to the fullest. We are excited to make 6G a reality. In fact, we have already demonstrated terahertz communication, which shows our progress in 6G. Samsung’s 6G technology is 50 times faster than 5G, the presentation said.

According to the company, Samsung expects to complete the 6G standard and its commercialization by at least 2028 and widespread commercialization around 2030.

New chipset introduced for 5G

Samsung Electronics on Tuesday shared its 5G vision and unveiled a series of new chipsets at a virtual event. The new chipset, which includes 3rd generation RFIC, 2nd generation 5G modem and DFE-RFIC combined chip, was unveiled as part of the company’s initiative to promote compact, efficient and high performance 5G solutions can go

“We are delighted to discuss the endless possibilities of wireless technology as we continue our 5G journey and move towards the next step in 5G,” Paul (Kyunghoon) Cheun, Samsung’s President and Head of Network Business, said in a statement. He said, Samsung’s 5G vision includes bringing together the best of global expertise and technical insights that can help operators and consumers to take full advantage of 5G benefits.

Samsung recently unveiled its wideband radio that supports 400 MHz bandwidth in the mid-band and is designed to help operators make more flexible and cost-effective deployments. The next generation 5G compact macro and baseband units along with its new One Antenna radio have also been introduced. It is a solution that offers a more compact form factor with antenna integration as well as simpler installation and deployment capacity.

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