South Korea plans to switch to 6G in 2028
South Korea reportedly plans to switch to 6G infrastructure in 2028 to play for leadership in wireless communications technologies.
In the statement of the Ministry of Science and Information Communication Technology of South Korea, it was stated that within the scope of the “K-Network 2030” project, it is aimed to renew and strengthen the new generation mobile network and switch to 6G infrastructure in 2028.
In this context, it was noted that the government will try to take the lead in “wireless technology leadership” by putting the project, which will continue until 2030, two years ahead.
At the same time, it was stated that approximately 481 million dollars will be spent on the research and development of the applicability of 6G infrastructure technologies.
In the statement, it was stated that the government will give incentives to local companies to produce materials, parts and equipment and to create a network that is accessible to all.