Caroline Bedran, AENEAS Director General, as a panelist in the session “Components and hardware on the road to 6G” at EuCNC & 6G Summit, 10 June will introduce, the major technological challenges and opportunities for Europe on the road to 6G.
The panel, moderated by COREnect coordinator Prof. Gerhard Fettweis will gather high-level executives from the industry discussing the requirements 6G will impose on components and hardware design, the Caroline Bedran, AENEAS Director General, as a panelist in the session “Components and hardware on the road to 6G” at EuCNC & 6G Summit, 10 June; and how Europe may embrace those opportunities and address those challenges.
Caroline Bedran will also explain how Europe’s attractiveness (innovation, investments, talents) across business segments will be affected by evolved 5G and 6G and why having a strong ecosystem is crucial while also highlighting the required strategic initiatives in Europe.
More on COREnect on the road to EuCNC & 6G Summit in the full press release.
AENEAS is actively involved in the COREnect consortium which brings together European players in microelectronics & telecommunications to develop a strategic roadmap for hardware enabling technologies supporting European technological sovereignty in Beyond 5G and 6G networks.