The 2023 Global 6G Conference was held from March 22 to 24 in Nanjing city, Jiangsu province.
With the widespread use and continuous maturity of 5G and artificial intelligence, increasing data flow and information processing requirements are placing higher demands on network performance and capacity. Research on 6G technology has become a global focus.
In September 2020, the first Global 6G Technology Conference was held in Beijing. This was the first international conference in the 6G field, and covered the widest range and most comprehensive content.
During the three-day conference, which included 12 sessions, more than 80 authoritative experts from governments, universities and research institutions, telecommunications operators, equipment manufacturers, and other organizations from 11 countries participated in the event on-site and by remote interactions, comprehensively discussing 6G application scenarios, network security, and network coverage.
In 2021, the Global 6G Technology Conference once again brought together research forces from various countries to showcase innovative ideas and the latest achievements in 6G technology development. The conference continued to build a bridge for global technological cooperation and collaborative innovation, foster a global consensus on 6G concepts, create a favorable environment for 6G development globally, and contribute to a globally unified 6G standard and sustainable development of the information and communication industry.
This year, the conference released 12 6G white papers, including the Overall 6G White Paper, as well as a number of theme white papers such as 6G Integrated Sensing and Communication Network Architecture, Quantum Information Technology in the 6G era, Sustainable Low-Carbon Intelligent 6G, 6G network AI concept, 6G Network Native AI Technology Requirements, and 6G Data Service Concept And Requirements.
For the first time, this year's event invited important international 6G academic organizations such as Finnish 6G Flagship, Japan's 5G Forum, and Singapore's Future Communications Research & Development Program to co-organize relevant forums.
In the form of technical reports, international forums in terms of Europe, America, Asia, and the Round Table Forum, the convention focused on four topics: 6G Use Cases & Standardization, 6G Network Architecture & Native Security, 6G Wireless Transmission & Spectrum Sharing, and Integrated Space-Air-Ground Network and On-demand Services. The forum further discussed 6G network reform and technological innovation, enhanced international 6G cooperation, promoted the formation of global unified 6G standards and ecology, and injected new vitality and impetus to 6G technology and future industry development.