Samsung Electronics expects that the 6G communication to be commercialized in 2028 and to enter mass use in 2030. The company said that ITU-R, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) sector responsible for radiocommunications, will start operating on 6G from next year.

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The process of developing technical standards for each generation from 2G to 5G has been significantly reduced. It took 15 years to develop 3G, while with 6G this process will be significantly accelerated.

Although we are still in the early stages of commercializing 5G, Samsung executives believe it is not too early to launch the work on 6G. Samsung predicts speeds up to 1Tbps (1000Gbps), transmission delays of 100 microseconds, 50 times more capacity than 5G. The use of artificial intelligence paves the way for the need for a reliable 6G in the face of security and privacy threats.

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