What follows 5G?

Unwrapped Event Date: Wednesday 12 October

Keynotes, interviews, panel discussions and webinars on 6G

Join us LIVE for Day 3 of Next-Generation Networks – 6G

Wednesday 12 October from 12pm BST

Is 6G the new sixth sense? 5G is in the process of global commercial deployment and now is the time to begin the discussion of what will follow: 6G. Innovative minds are beginning to consider what technologies could comprise a future 6G standard and what visionary services it could enable.

Headlines have already been made by suggestions that 6G could be thought of as a “sixth sense” experience for humans and machines. The US, China and Japan are keen to be at the forefront of development of 6G technology.


Day 3 topic

On Wednesday 12 October, we focus on providing a clearer understanding of how the next generation of mobile technology could develop with 6G

Let’s unwrap the topic:

  • What do operators and enterprises truly want from 6G?
  • What are the timelines around 6G development?
  • What spectrum bands will we need?
  • What will a 6G air interface look like?
  • What features and capabilities will it need to support?

Thank you to our Partner

Thank you to Nvidia for partnering on 6G

Topic schedule

Mobile World Live and GSMA Intelligence bring you an action packed day of 6G keynotes and panel discussions with industry experts. Individual 6G partnered webinars will feature during the day deep diving into the topic. There are 6G Partnership opportunities still available, including featuring across our webinars and interviews.

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