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5G to 6G Migration

Even though 5G has yet to fully blossom, a 5G to 6G migration has already started.

Engineers are talking about it, wireless carriers are talking about it, even forward-thinking organizations are investigating time frames and particulars of when 5G will hand over the tech baton to 6G.

Probably nowhere is this inevitable 5G to 6G migration more apparent than in the upcoming Release 18, the fourth standard for 5G, which has already been approved by 3GPP.

Release 18 is being referred to as Advanced 5G, but many in the telecom industry feel it is intended to lead a technological evolution to 6G.

The Release 18 package includes 27 diverse study or work items that will further boost network performance and address new use cases. In particular, the package features work on embracing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies in the evolution of 5G Advanced.

Some feel that 5G Advanced could also have been called 5.5G for the need to bridge 5G and 6G.

According to IEEE, it’s not too soon to be preparing how current 5G wireless networks can transition into the future wireless network of 6G.

Future wireless networks are expected to support a multitude of services demanded by Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), Ultra-Reliable and Low-latency Communications (uRLLC), and massive Machine Type Communications (mMTC) users.

Heterogeneous devices with different quality of service (QoS) demands will require intelligent and flexible allocation of network resources in response to network dynamics. For instance, a highly reliable and low-latency network is needed to enable rapid transfer of messages between connected autonomous vehicles.

At the same time, the same physical infrastructure is expected to serve users with high-quality video demand or even mobile Augmented/Virtual Reality entertainment applications. Next-generation wireless networks are expected to accommodate such diverse use cases.

In addition, resource efficiency, reliability, and robustness are becoming more stringent for 5G and beyond networks.

In order to accomplish a seamless migration in wireless technologies, many feel 6G must incorporate a paradigm shift in network resource optimization, in which efficient and intelligent resource management techniques are employed.

5G to 6G Migration Course by Tonex

5G to 6G migration is a 2-day course by Tonex. You may ask, isn’t 5G fast enough? Why should we move to 6G technology? Human beings expect more steps to be unlocked with much productivity and facilities. Consequently, 6G is not too far away. That’s why 5G to 6G architecture should be sufficiently flexible and efficient so as to enable easy integration of all aspects such as network of networks.

6g-imageTruth is, the telecom sector has already begun turning its attention toward 6G. Cycles of technology development follow unified arcs and the lessons learned from previous experience could provide a guide for how 6G will develop, and more importantly, who will dominate the field.

Today, 5G promises to create a foundation for IoT connected devicessmart citiesartificial intelligence (AI), and advancements in autonomous vehicles and healthcare. But looking ahead, even the improved speeds, lower latency, and expanded capacity of 5G networks will not be sufficient for many of the technologies of the very near future.

Audience

  • Managers, Project Managers, Business Analysts
  • Network engineers, systems engineers and analysts
  • Govt, DoD professionals and cyber professionals
  • Anyone creating or responding to a 6G procurement request
  • Anyone involved in managing or developing a 6G support architecture

Program Outline

  • 6G fundamentals
  • 6G networks
  • Migration from 5G to 6G
  • Services demanded by Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB), Ultra-Reliable and Low-latency Communications (uRLLC), and massive Machine Type Communications (mMTC) users
  • 6G advantages
  • Role of AI (Artificial intelligence) and Machine learning algorithms in 6G
  • Evolution of Virtual reality (VR), Augmented reality (AR) services in 6G
  • 5G/6G workshop and case-studies

5G to 6G Migration

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