Huawei has begun researching 6G at its Ottawa lab

    Huawei’s research and development centre in Kanata, Ont. Paul McKinnon / Shutterstock.com

    Huawei has started researching the next generation of wireless technology that will follow 5G at its primary research centre near Ottawa, The Logic has learned. 

    The Chinese tech giant is exploring 6G even before 5G technology is widely commercially available, and before the Canadian government has made a decision on whether telecommunications firms will be allowed to use Huawei’s equipment in building out their new networks across the country.

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