Huawei's rotating chairman Eric Xu has announced recently that the Chinese tech giant will launch its 6G networks by around 2030.
Xu made the remarks at the Huawei Global Analysts Summit in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province highlighting the importance of unveiling the importance of 6G to the industry and individuals.
To address this issue a special white paper on 6G is going to be launched. 6G white paper will provide the necessary details on the technology for industry regulators and players will be unveiled soon, reads a press release.
Huawei is currently working on two things related to 6G, said Xu, adding, "First, we are working with other players in the industry to define what 6G actually is. We want to discuss with businesses and consumers about what 6G will look like."
"Second, driven by our vision and the possible definition of 6G, we are also researching basic science and cutting-edge technologies, aiming to realize the 6G that we define together," he said.
Xu shared Huawei has been operating in the Asia-Pacific region for over 20 years, and the company has been doing everything it can to support the digital transformation of the region's various industries.
"I believe this is an opportunity for Huawei. I also believe through our efforts we can help accelerate the transformation process in the Asia-Pacific region," said Xu.
"We can bring our advanced technologies and hands-on experience in digital transformation to every country in the region, including their industries, businesses, and governments," Xu added.