Europe’s 6G-IA recently signed a similar agreement with Japan’s Beyond 5G Promotion Consortium
China’s IMT-2030 (6G) Promotion Group, which promotes 6G R&D and international cooperation, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the 6G Smart Networks and Services Industry Association (6G-IA) on 6G, which is aimed at European industry and research. Represents the next generation of networks and services.
Under the terms of the agreement, both companies will further enhance cooperation on 6G communication systems and still-unproven 6G systems, including the exchange of information on networks. They will also collaborate on the following aspects, such as the vision of 6G communications systems and networks, the requirements for 6G communications systems and networks, as well as the creation of future global standards through common interest and consensus building identification.
Looking to the future, both the 6G-IA and IMT-2030 (6G) promotion groups want to organize joint activities, including but not limited to workshops, seminars, webinars, trials and joint publications.
The main goal of the 6G-IA is to contribute to Europe’s leadership beyond 5G and 6G research. 6G-IA conducts a wide range of strategic activities, including standardization, frequency spectrum, R&D projects, technology skills, collaboration with key vertical industry sectors, especially trial development, and international cooperation.
The primary objective of the IMT-2030 (6G) Promotion Group is to bring together Chinese industry-university-research forces to promote 6G research in a wide range of areas, including vision and requirements, wireless and network technology, standardization, trials, social and studies. Economic impact, and international cooperation.
Last month, 6G-IA signed a MoU with Beyond 5G Promotion Consortium (B5PC) of Japan to enhance cooperation on next-generation networks.
The two sides said the MoU was the first between Japan and Europe’s Beyond 5G / 6G companies.
As part of the agreement, the areas of cooperation include the exchange of information as well as cooperation in the following areas:
– Vision of 6G
-Exploration and promotion of technology to ensure awareness, understanding and involvement and ultimately acceptance
– 6G requirements
Discusses basic system concepts, architecture and usage
– Support for global regulatory process in frequency band detection and spectrum system for 6G technology
– Identifying common interests, building consensus and collaborating to support the development of global compliant standards
Promoting collaboration between European and Japanese R&D companies and industries
-6G and use in other cases.
Regarding the next steps in this cooperation agreement, both 5GPC and 6G-IA would like to co-host the webinar or investigate joint research projects. In addition, both countries will continue to explore opportunities for further cooperation with other countries and organizations.