Samsung Research and Arm Collaborate on Key 6G Technology

Samsung Research and Arm Collaborate on Key 6G Technology

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It seems we have about six years before the 5G technology fades away and is replaced by 6G, with expected data download speeds of 1 terabit per second.

There is a lot of work to be done before we can even begin to envision what 6G technology will look like.

Today, Samsung Research, the research and development unit of Samsung Electronics, announced that it has collaborated with semiconductor design and software company Arm to work on one of the key next-generation software technologies that will be essential for the successful launch of 6G connectivity.

The duo will collaborate to start an open-source project to develop and enhance parallel packet processing technology. This technology is used to process data packets using a wide range of algorithms as data moves across the communication network.

Samsung Research and Arm Collaborate on Key 6G Technology

The companies hope to accelerate the development of this technology as it is used to process vast amounts of communication data and must be ready when 6G networks are ready for operation.

If Samsung and Arm succeed in advancing the timeline for the development of parallel packet processing technology, we may see the launch of 6G sooner than expected.

Jin-gook Jeong, Executive Vice President of the Advanced Communications Research Center (ACRC) at Samsung Research, said: “In sixth-generation communications, the importance of software technology is increasing. Innovation is crucial in dealing with the massive amounts of data resulting from this. This technical partnership with Arm is a significant step towards revolutionizing parallel technology.”

You can’t talk about wireless service these days without mentioning artificial intelligence. Mohamed Awad, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Arm’s Infrastructure Line of Business, said: “Artificial intelligence is driving demand for next-generation technologies like 6G, but the vast amount of data creates a vital need for energy-efficient processing.”

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