July 16, 2020
Reliance Jio has formulated and evolved a complete 5G solution from blotch. It will be expected for trials as soon as the 5G spectrum is accessible and can be convenient for field deployment next year. The statement was made by Mukesh Ambani at the company’s 43rd Annual General Meeting (AGM).
“Jio has created a complete 5G solution from scratch, that will enable us to launch a world-class 5G service in India, using 100 per cent homegrown technologies and solutions,” Ambani explained during the company’s 43rd annual general meeting (AGM).
For those who are not knowledgeable, 5G is the next generation of mobile broadband that will renovate the 4G LTE connection. With 5G, you can expect faster download and upload so With 5G also promises lower latency.
The 5G spectrum auction is yet to take place in India. India has postponed a planned 5G spectrum auction until 2021 due to the poor financial health of the telecom industry.
“Ambai said Jio platforms, with over 20 start-up partners, has built world-class potentials in technologies such as 4G, 5G, Cloud computing, Devices, and OS, Big Data, AI, AR/VR, Blockchain, Natural Language Understanding and Computer Vision. Using these technologies, we can formulate the best solutions that stretch multiple Industry verticals and ecosystems like media, financial services, new Commerce, education, healthcare, agriculture, smart cities, smart manufacturing, and smart mobility,” said Ambani.
Jio is wagering big on 5G, which will see a meticulous rollout predicted over the next few years. In the future, Jio would be well-positioned to be an exporter of 5G solutions to other telecom operators globally, as a complete managed liturgy, according to the company.
Article Written By Jagannath Prasad Sahu
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