January 04, 2020

6G: the new frontier – if the world can work out how to use it

Featuring Martijn Rasser

Source: South China Morning Post

Journalist Albert Han

From South Korea to China, tech-savvy users had their first taste of 5G's lightning-fast internet speeds just months ago.

While the network promises a future of self-driving cars and data-fuelled cities, tech companies and research facilities in China and around the world are already looking into 6G, the next generation of internet networks.

Sixth-generation mobile networks will reach speeds of one terabyte per second, by some estimates. That’s 100 times the rate of even the best existing technology, but is expected to take a decade to roll out.

Read the full story and more in South China Morning Post.


  • Martijn Rasser

    Senior Fellow and Director, Technology and National Security Program

    Martijn Rasser is a Senior Fellow and Director of the Technology and National Security Program at CNAS. Prior to joining CNAS, Rasser served as a senior intelligence officer a...