6G, or sixth-generation wireless technology, is envisioned to be the successor to 5G and is expected to provide even more advanced and transformative capabilities in wireless communications. 6G is expected to achieve unprecedented data speeds, potentially reaching terabit-per-second rates. This would enable lightning-fast downloads, ultra-low latency, and real-time data processing on an unparalleled scale.
6G aims to be highly energy-efficient, with improved sustainability and reduced environmental impact compared to previous generations. Achieving energy efficiency is a growing concern as technology becomes more pervasive.
6G may utilize terahertz frequencies, which offer vast bandwidth but require novel technologies to manage signal propagation and interference.