Japanese telecommunications giant NTT plans to launch a 6G network in 2025: it will be the first to debut at the Osaka World Expo!
With the popularization of 5G in various countries, many countries have also begun to devote themselves to the research and development of a new generation of network technology-6G.

According to the latest news, the Japanese telecommunications company NTT plans to build a 6G network and will provide services for the Osaka World Expo in 2025, with the goal of commercializing the 6G network in 10 years.

The 6G network will be implemented by NTT's Innovative Optical and Wireless Network (IOWN) technology at the Osaka Expo in 2025.

Additionall, the Japan International Expo Association, the organizer of the World Expo in Japan in 2025, also plans to launch a virtual exposition through this conference. Visitors will participate in the exposition as virtual images through 6G network technology.

NTT West President Mitsuyoshi Kobayashi said that the infrastructure is currently being designed for the network, and more details will be announced in April this year.

Current telecommunications networks use data centers and buildings to convert optical signals into electrical signals, but the conversion process causes delays and consumes a lot of power. On the other hand, IOWN can process data without converting optical signals.

Its data transmission capacity is 125 times more than the current technology, and its power consumption rate is also reduced by 1%, which can reduce power consumption.

It is reported that the world's 6G technology is led by China and the United States, with a total of 80% of patent applications, and Japan, which accounts for only 10% of patent applications, ranks third.

As 6G technical standards have not yet been established, NT is not only promoting IOWN as the core technology of wireless communications, but also developing a number of next-generation IOWN technologies, including semiconductors, and plans to pilot them at the 2025 World Expo.
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