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Classics Mobile Internet: Bund invests 700 million euros in 6G network

15:55  13 april  2021
15:55  13 april  2021 Source:   t3n.de

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For most consumers, the fifth mobile communication generation has not yet arrived because they have not yet had a 5G-appropriate terminal. Nevertheless, the development of 6G already begins.

Mobiles Internet: Bund investiert 700 Millionen Euro in 6G-Netz © Nawal Karimi / Shutterstock Mobile Internet: Confederation invests 700 million euros in 6G network The Federal Government wants to promote the next-generation mobile network with several hundred million euros. "6g will be the mobile data technology of the future and revolutionize our communication in the next decade," said Research Minister Anja Karliczek (CDU) to the Handelsblatt (Monday). "We have to think about the day after tomorrow and creating new key technologies and standards in the communication technologies from the beginning." Accordingly, the 6G network should be promoted by 2025 with around 700 million euros. From 2030 it should replace the 5G network .

The minister declared that digital transformation has accelerated and the need for a strong network infrastructure shown. "With 4G, a wireless broadband internet was available for the first time, and simpler machine applications were possible." 5G already set important standards here and will lift digital networking to the next level. "But 6G will be the mobile data technology of the future."

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With 6G, data would be transmitted more than 100 times faster than with 5g - "with large advantages for mobile communication of each individual, but also for our industry and agriculture," said Karliczek. This opens up new possibilities of cooperation about removal, not only in office life, but also in production. In medicine, treatment from afar then is much better possible.

With the first German 6G research initiative, which will start this week and supported around 200 million euros, the federal government set a milestone towards an innovation ecosystem, stressed Karliczek. Further measures would follow this year. These investments are therefore enabled by the Federal Government's Future Package, from which 685 million euros are based solely 6G research and supplemented by further activities of the Research Department. "Through these additional funds from the economic power package, Germany is now in the international race for the development of 6G now in a very good starting position."

The high investment is needed to strengthen the technological sovereignty of Germany and Europe in the long term. The EU also launched a large 6G initiative in January under the title "Hexa-X" and provides 900 million euros. dpa

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