6G is the name of the sixth generation of cellular networks and will provide ubiquitous wireless intelligence. The most widespread vision of 6G is based on the goal of creating a “reality” where the digital (or virtual) and physical worlds as we know them today merge. 6G is expected to be available in the early 2030s.
In a convulsive reality like the current one, after the pandemic and in the midst of a war at the gates of Europe, it is more necessary than ever to keep Sustainable Development Goal 17 very much in mind. At Gradiant we work to achieve the SDGs by providing solutions that facilitate a fairer, more […]
Quantum technology is one of the areas with the greatest potential for growth. Although its development and use is still in its incipient stage, the possibilities and solutions it will provide are still unimaginable. Andrea Rodríguez Blanco, head of quantum technologies at Gradiant, shares in this GRD Tech a very clarifying simile: just as […]
Today, more than ever, the world depends on energy. However, we know that much of this energy is produced through environmentally unfriendly processes, so balancing the progressive energy dependence with the care of the planet has become one of the main challenges of the decade. The United Nations recognizes this in its Sustainable Development Goals […]
Technology will be humanity’s main allied when it comes to reducing social inequalities and progressing towards a fairer, cleaner and safer world. Therefore, in this series of articles we take the Sustainable Development Goals proposed by the United Nations for 2030 to demonstrate how ICT will be the key to their achievement. In today’s article […]
Digitalisation of the agri-food industry is one of the main priorities of the R&D&i policy in Europe but why is it important to accelerate this process? But why is it important to accelerate this process? What system do we propose? Here’s why!
Connectivity is one of the main challenges for IoT devices and narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) is a technology that allows us to connect devices we use everyday to the Internet, devices that require small amounts of data to be sent very infrequently, like a few times a day.