Nokia, a Finnish telecommunications equipment manufacturer, has announced a collaboration with NTT and DOCOMO, two Japanese telecom companies, to define and develop important 6G technologies. The massive partnership will concentrate on two proofs-of-concept for emerging technologies: an AI native air interface and sub-THz radio access.
According to Nokia, the goal is to demonstrate a performance boost powered by an AI-based 6G air interface. This presentation will be in stark contrast to a standard air interface. The cooperation also wants to demonstrate the feasibility of high-data-rate beamformed access in a high-frequency band at 140 GHz.
This is not the first time Nokia has collaborated with DOCOMO. They have a long history of working together to bring wireless technology to market, stretching back to the 1990s. Their partnership began in 1990 for 3G, progressed to 4G, and is presently in 5G and 5G O-RAN. The latest 6G is yet another collaborative effort of Nokia and DOCOMO to influence the future of mobile communication.
Nokia said it wants to extend 6G technologies and systems and see what it can do. According to Nokia, “it will connect the human, physical, and digital worlds to unlock our natural human potential.”
Nokia, NTT, and Docomo will collaborate on six essential technologies
It has selected six critical technologies for this purpose. They are as follows:
a. New spectrum technologies
b. AI native air interface
c. Network as a sensor
d. Extreme connection
e. Cognitive, automated, and customized architectures
f. Security and trust
Nokia’s key aim will be to illustrate the benefits of AI-based learned waveform in the transmitter with a “deep learning mid-band receiver.” Similarly, testing will be carried out to demonstrate high data rate indoor communications in the sub-THz range.
The six core technologies will give operators significant deployment flexibility. Similarly, they will significantly boost network throughput in the “respective spectrum” compared to 5G. Furthermore, these technologies will be energy self-sufficient.
The three companies will also collaborate to achieve high-rate access and discover new use cases in the 6G era. They will also be working on multi-modal mixed-reality telepresence and distant collaboration, enormous twinning, and collaborative robots.
According to Nokia, there is a proposal to build up experimental environments in DOCOMO and NTT facilities in Japan. On the other side, identical sets will be present at Nokia headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany. This year, the corporations may begin demonstrations and tests.
The next-generation mobile communication technology is 6G. This will succeed the existing 5G, which is still distant from global adoption. However, numerous jurisdictions expect that 6G will be available around 2030, and many have conducted bespoke lab tests confirming successful data transfer. Meanwhile, Nokia has stated that the 6G might be available by 2030.
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