Huawei’s 5.5G may be the fastest connection as of now

Once launched, it will be ten times faster than normal 5G connection, and can reach 10Gbps in download speed… exciting!

While 5G continues to draw customers from all around the world, its upgrade, formally known as 5.5G, is progressing at a dizzying rate.

To put it mildly, the promises are also alluring. On average, the offered speeds will be ten times quicker than those of 5G. and the ability to download files around 10 Gbps.

At the Global Mobile Forum, which is presently taking place in Bangkok, Thailand, Huawei declared that 5G has now amassed 700 million customers worldwide.

Ken Hu, the chairman of the board of directors for the Chinese corporation, took use of the opportunity to announce 5.5G. The upcoming large network update is what it is.

Huawei is hosting the Global Mobile Broadband Forum in 2022, along with its business partners GSMA and GTI. Mobile network providers, vertical industry leaders, and ecosystem partners from all around the world attend this yearly meeting to talk about making 5G profitable as well as other trending subjects including green development, artificial intelligence, and 5G evolution.

David Wang, Huawei’s executive director, will return to talk more specifically about the technology. Likewise, give a status update on the project.

David Wang stated that 5G will be 10 times slower than 5.5G, which shocked us. As a result, the speed will increase considerably in comparison to technology in use as of 2020.

“The demand for digital infrastructure will rise in tandem with the quick changes we’re about to witness. With the arrival of the intelligent planet.”

“The next checkpoint on the road to an intelligent universe is 5.5G. We can attain native intelligence with the help of 5.5G, which will handle hundreds of billions of connections and give 10 Gbit/s services.”

“So the 5.5G offers will be able to deliver rates of up to 10 Gbps”, claims David Wang. Thanks to an endogenous intelligence-based network with 100 billion connections.

It uses particular hardware and is an upgraded version of artificial intelligence. Even if the technology is still being developed, David Wang explains this. It has already accomplished a number of heartening achievements.

“The communications sector is always changing. The next evolution is 5.5G. The five new areas of standards, spectrum, products, ecosystems, and applications are what we need to focus on in the future. Let’s push to 5.5G together and create a more civilized, intelligent planet,” urged Wang.

“First off, standardization has already made significant progress. The 10 Gbps target has been reached in the interim thanks to technological developments. Finally, the integration of linked items is appropriate now that the three technologies are interoperable.”

“Standards govern the mobile communications sector and will chart a clear course for the 5.5G sector to follow. Release 18 needs to be frozen by Q1 2024 as scheduled, thus we need to make that happen. Additionally, it will enable 5.5G networks to provide 10 times greater performance.”

“We should collaborate to explore what 5.5G will need for Release 19 and beyond. As we continue to improve 5.5G standards, in order to accommodate new services and situations. This will increase 5.5G’s potential and lengthen its longevity.”

“The communications business is continually developing,” said David Wang. “5.5G has increased its gear. Regulations, bandwidth, goods, ecosystems, and implementations are the next five new areas that require complete attention.

“We should construct ultra-large bandwidth by fully utilizing sub-100 GHz resources. A crucial frequency range for 5.5G is mmWave. In this band, operators will need to buy more than 800 MHz of spectrum. if they want to enjoy 10 Gbit/s.”

“Another proposed super wide band for 5.5G is 6 GHz. when WRC-23’s IMT band of 6 GHz becomes available. It is anticipated that nations will have to put the 6 GHz spectrum up for auction. For 5.5G, we can also refarm the sub-6 GHz spectrum to provide extremely wide bandwidth.”


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