Huawei is not slowing down in its progress and wants to be a leader also with 6G: This summer the company will launch satellites for testing.
Huawei is in a complicated position at the moment because of the blockade imposed by the United States, which has not changed with the change of presidency. Despite continuing to face major problems in everything to do with mobile telephony, it is a company that is not slowing down in its quest for innovation and wants to lead the 6G.
Huawei has been a leading company worldwide with the deployment of 5G. This connectivity is still in full expansion at only some regions around the world, but the technology does not slow down its progress and there is already talk of when 6G will arrive, which will break even more barriers by achieving speeds that are difficult to imagine today.
Huawei claims that 6G will be 50 times faster than 5G and will arrive in 2030. It is also expected to soon present a report explaining how it will work and what the main objectives will be, but also, progress is being made in the deployment.
The company will start with the deployment of satellites for testing in the coming months. Two satellites will be launched in collaboration with other Chinese companies to verify the 6G network.
Huawei and China want to lead connectivity that will break our conception of technology and in sending the two satellites works a space company in the country, along with China Mobile and Huawei itself. This will be the first major test to be carried out, according to the country. To understand this, it must be taken into account that while 5G networks depend on base stations, 6G requires satellites for the time being due to the speed of the frequencies.
5G and in the future 6G may be Huawei’s lifelines if the blocking continues. The time that is spreading affects the company increases and after the sale of Honor, there are rumors that they may sell more departments. But in the face of the situation, working on new technologies is the main focus, and is key in 6G would continue to place the company as a benchmark in the international framework.