Course NameLength
5G to 6G Migration2 days
5G, 5G Advanced and 6G Essentials2 days
6G AI & Digital Twins2 days
6G and cmWave Training2 days
6G and the Metaverse2 days
6G Awareness Training2 days
6G Cloud & Edge Computing Training2 days
6G Cybersecurity Training Bootcamp | 3GPP Version2 days
6G for DoD2 days
6G For Leaderships1 day
6G for Sales and Tech Sales/Support Training1 day
6G For Technicians2 days
6G Licensing and Deployment Training2 days
6G O-RAN Fundamentals2 days
6G RAN and Core Architecture2 days
6G RF and Optical Engineering Training Bootcamp3 days
6G Spectrum Management Training2 days
6G System Survey Training2 days
6G Technology Training2 days
6G THz and VLC Engineering2 days
6G Training for Non Engineers2 days
6G Training | Federal and Defense 6G Applications Training2 days
Advanced Topics in 6G: Millimeter-Wave and Terahertz Communication2 days
Developing 6G Cybersecurity Strategies and Supporting Policies Workshop2 days
Development of IMT-2030 for 6G Mobile Technologies Workshop2 days
Essential 6G for Everyone2 days
Fundamentals of 6G and 6G Security Training2 days
Fundamentals of 6G for Managers1 day
Introduction to 6G | IMT-20301 day
Next Generation 6G Networks Crash Course2 days
Overview of NTNs in 6G | Drones, HAPS, HIBS, LEO and GEO Satellites in 6G2 days
Principles of Quantum Physics in 6G2 days
Sub-Terahertz Communication in 6G Training2 days
THz Technology Training | 6G THz and Sub-THz Training2 days
“5G Advanced” to Future 6G Networks Training Workshop2 days
“How to Monetize and Sell” 6G Products and Services2 days

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With an estimated arrival around 2030, 6G is expected to finally complete the paradigm shift from store‑and‑forward to compute‑and‑forward. In other words, 6G will bring a much needed holistic management of communication.

Experts contend that 6G is not merely the answer to the disregarded promises of 5G, but it is a new disruptive generation of communication networks.

For example, 6G communication networks will be the first generation of networks with native AI. This means that AI will not merely be an application but an inherent part of the infrastructure, and of the network management and operations.

In 6G technology, the usage of AI will apply for physical, network, and application layers. While for network and application layers the ideas come from existing research in ML and Self‑Organizing Networks (SON)/autonomic networking, the additional novel aspect is the full application of AI within the physical layer.

6G technology is also more aligned with the anticipated explosion of use case applications in the areas of virtual reality and robotics.

With the higher complexity of operations that robots are going to perform, the number of sensors that humans will wear is going to greatly increase.

In fact, the increasing number of sensors allows for finer and more precise assisted operations. These heterogeneous sensors will also imply continuous heterogeneous data collection and transmission to a dedicated intelligent edge within the 6G campus network.

Intelligence will not only be applied for network management and operations but also for robotics training, acting, and deciding in order to better work autonomously or to assist humans.

Consequently, 6G campus networks will represent specialized and local networks of networks, providing high edge computing resources for such massive data handling.

6G Training Courses by Tonex

Institutions and government entities in the U.S. have also assiduously put together plans for 6G research and standards. The U.S. is planning to open up 6G frequency spectrum at frequencies between 95 GHz and 3 THz for early research and development, although this will require approval from the Federal Communications Commission FCC for frequencies over 95 gigahertz GHz to 3 THz.

Then there’s the International Telecommunication Union, a United Nations agency that coordinates wireless standards. It was created in 2018 to find and research post-5G tech that could surface in 2030 and further into the future.

6G projected benefits are considerable, from doctors remotely performing surgery with robots without dangerous lag time to high-resolution holograms attending business meetings.

Meanwhile, 6G could bring factories the necessary bandwidth and speed to support increased production from automated, cloud-connected machines.

Bottom line: Even though the commercialization of 6G may be a decade away, that doesn’t mean it should be ignored. Organizations that want to get a jump on this exciting new technology can learn much more in courses offered by Tonex.

Who Should Attend: Telecom engineers, researchers, and professionals seeking to stay ahead in the rapidly evolving field of wireless communication technology.

Key Topics to Learn:

  • 6G Fundamentals and Evolution
  • Terahertz Communication
  • Quantum Networking
  • AI-Driven Networks
  • Cybersecurity in 6G
  • Ethical Considerations in 6G Deployment
  • Industry Use Cases and Innovations

Other enhancements that people imagine 6G bringing include doctors remotely performing surgery with robots without dangerous lag time, and high-resolution holograms attending business meetings. The holograms would mimic the remote attendees’ movements in real time.

Meanwhile, 6G could bring factories the necessary bandwidth and speed to support increased production from automated, cloud-connected machines.

Bottom line: Even though the commercialization of 6G may be a decade away, that doesn’t mean it should be ignored. Organizations that want to get a jump on this exciting new technology can learn much more in courses offered by Tonex.

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