Jio Starting 6G Research. While Jio is yet to launch 5G services in India, it’s subsidiary in Estonia has already started working on 6G. Jio Estonia has announced that it will be working with the University of Oulu to explore the next-gen 6G network that will enable future wireless end-to-end solutions for a wide range of user requirements. The company hasn’t revealed its plans going forward, but it mentioned that “the collaboration will foster entrepreneurship, with a pool of expertise from both industry and academia, in Aerial and Space communication, Holographic Beamforming, 3D Connected Intelligence in Cybersecurity, Microelectronics, and Photonics.”

 Jio Starting 6G Research

Jio Starting 6G Research | Jio partners with the University of Oulu over the development of 6G technology
  • 6G Enable Products
  • Internet Of Nano- Things
  • Aerial & Space Communication
  • Holographic Beamforming

The Jio and University of Oulu collaborative effort will also aid in developing 6G-enabled products in consumer goods, automotive, and white goods space. It will also create novel personal smart device environments as well as experiences such as urban computing and autonomous traffic settings. Other key areas impacted by the Jio 6G research will include industrial machinery, defense, and efficient manufacturing.

“6G promises to build upon 5G capabilities to deeply integrate technology as a digital twin in our daily lives. Cutting-edge areas such as the internet of nano-things and pervasive AI have tremendous business potential. Early investments in 6G research and capabilities with the University of Oulu can complement Jio Lab’s capabilities in 5G and bring 6G to life,” says Aayush Bhatnagar, Senior Vice President of Jio Platforms.

Speaking of the technology itself, 6G is built on top of 5G and aims to bring cell-free MIMO, intelligent surfaces, and higher capacities through Terahertz frequencies along with faster speed and better connectivity. The network will co-exist with 5G and cover a broad range of consumer and enterprise use cases. Jio Starting 6G Research.

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