Global Sixth Generation (6G) Wireless Market Technology and Solution Outlook Report 2020-2030 –

The “Global Sixth Generation (6G) Wireless Market: Technology and Solution Outlook 2020-2030” report has been added to’s offering.

This market research report focuses on sixth generation (6G) technology, solutions, applications and services.

The report evaluates the anticipated technical direction for what is likely to come beyond 5G with emphasis on the anticipated economic impacts and opportunities for the information and communications technology ecosystem. This includes solutions, applications and services that vendors are likely to develop for ICT service providers that involve 6G technologies.

The report provides a vision into the evolution of communications, applications, content and commerce in a post-6G world such as the evolution of networking, service provider business models, and the relationship between wireless and other facets of ICT such as intelligence, computing, and analytics. The report provides qualitative and quantitative analysis for the 2020 to 2030 time-frame.

Starting in 2018, the publisher began to formulate a

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Are you dumber than a sixth grader when it comes to math and science?

The average American parent’s science and math knowledge taps out around the sixth-grade level, according to new research.

When asked to estimate the grade they’d be placed into for both math and science if they took a test today, the average respondent said sixth grade for each.

The survey of 2,000 American parents of school-aged children also found 42 percent of parents said they would be “lost” trying to teach their child the math curriculum for their grade.


And 35 percent said the same about the science curriculum.

Commissioned by Mongoose on behalf of the USA BMX Foundation, the survey tested parents’ STEM knowledge, as well as their plans for helping their children stay up-to-date with their STEM curricula in the event of a remote or hybrid school year.

More than half of parents (55 percent) found math difficult in school and nearly four in 10 struggled with science.

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