5G networks are increasingly becoming the new standard in the smartphone industry. Google and Apple have only recently launched their latest iPhone and Pixel smartphones, which have newer and faster bandwidths. However, despite having just joined the 5G club, both technology giants have joined the “Next Generation G Alliance.”
Next-generation networks have been studied all over the world. It is said that 6G is 100 to 500 times faster than 5G.
With both Google and Apple joining the new 6G industry group, we can expect 6G iPhone and Pixels to become a reality sometime in the next few years. According to a report by PhoneArena, the next-generation G Alliance is scheduled to hold its first meeting next week and will be led by the Telecommunications Industry Solutions Alliance (ATIS).
ATIS is the North American Trade Association, previously associated with security supply chains, hearing aids, automated phones, etc.
The main goal of the group is “on the basis of the long-term development of 5G in the future, to further promote its leadership in 6G and beyond in North America in the next 10 years.”
Both Apple and Google have joined Chartered Communications, Cisco, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, Intel, Keysight, LG Electronics, Mavenir, MITRE and VMware.
As the official of the Next G Alliance pointed out, “Although the world is exploring opportunities that will pave the way for 6G, the United States must take timely and critical actions to ensure a leading position in 6G innovation and development.” Susan Miller ATIS The CEO also added: “Given the geopolitical situation, the old leadership model will not work in the new future.
If the United States really wants to maintain its leadership, it must take new actions.”