Samsung opens a new research center for the development of 6G mobile network

Samsung has opened a new research center for the development of core technologies for the 6G mobile networks, a company official said Tuesday (via Yonhap News).

While 5G networks are just starting to roll out in early markets and the current 4G LTE still remains a mainstream mobile network in many countries, Samsung’s move toward a 6G network is part of its long-term business plan to get ahead in the next-generation cellular technology.

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Samsung Research, the firm’s integrated R&D organization, has conducted extensive research on advanced cellular technologies and has recently upgraded a next-generation telecommunication research team to a center to accelerate the development of solutions and standardization of 6G, according to a Samsung official.

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