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Reliance Jio to launch Made in India 5G Network

Reliance Jio to launch Made in India 5G Network

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by Richard Gall — 3 months ago in Development 2 min. read
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India’s top telecom operator Reliance Jio on Wednesday declared that the company has made a complete 5G solution from “scratch” which would enable the company to launch world-class 5G services in India.

During a keynote address by Reliance Industries (RIL) Chairperson or owner Mukesh Ambani at the 43rd Annual General Meeting, it was announced that the “Made in India” tech can be deployed and launched within a year’s time once the 5G spectrum is available.

For those who are not aware, 5G is the next generation of mobile broadband that will replace the 4G LTE connection. With 5G, you can expect faster download and upload speeds. 5G also promises lower latency.

The 5G spectrum stocks are to occur in India. India has delayed a planned 5G spectrum market before 2021 because of the poor fiscal health of the telecom market.

Ambai stated Jio platforms, together with over 20 startup partners, has assembled world-class capacities in technology like 4G, 5G, Cloud computing, Devices and OS, Big Data, AI, AR/VR, Blockchain, Natural Language Understanding and Computer Vision.

With these technologies, we Could Produce compelling solutions Which span Numerous Business verticals and ecosystems Such as Networking, financial Solutions, Fresh Commerce, education, Health Care, agriculture, Intelligent cities, smart Production and smart Freedom,” said Ambani

Jio is betting big on 5G, which will see a extensive rollout anticipated during the upcoming few decades. Later on, Jio will be well-positioned to become the exporter of 5G solutions to other telecom operators worldwide, as a complete managed service, according to the organization.

Richard Gall

Richard is senior editor of The Next Tech. He studied International Communication Management at the Hague University of Applied Sciences.

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