LG Electronics Accelerates Development of 6G Network Technology


LG Electronics announced on Tuesday that it has partnered with two other partners to develop next-generation 6G network technology.

LG has signed a partnership with Keysight Technologies, an American electronics test and measurement company, and the Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST), South Korea’s leading research university.

Under the agreement, the three parties will cooperate in the development of technologies related to terahertz, a key frequency band for 6G communications. They aim to complete 6G research by 2024, reports the Yonhap news agency. LG said the 6G network is expected to be released in 2029. The company said 6G will offer faster data speed, lower latency, and higher reliability than 5G, and will be able to bring the concept of Ambient Internet of Everything (AIoE), which provides an enhanced connected experience for users.

LG established a 6G research center with KAIST in 2019 and last year signed an agreement with the Korea Standards and Science Research Institute to study 6G technologies.

Keysight Technologies is a leading supplier of 6G terahertz test equipment. It supplied equipment to LG’s 6G research center and KAIST.


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