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According to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), he plans to launch 5G services at 10am on Saturday at an event in the capital’s Pragati Maidan.
5th generation or 5G services, capable of supporting ultra-fast internet, are expected to unlock new economic opportunities and social benefits, and become a transformative force in Indian society.
Former Minister of Communications Ashwini Vaishnau He also said that Modi’s vision is to build 5G parallel to global standards and lead the world in 6G technology.
The cumulative economic impact of 5G on India is estimated to reach USD 450 billion by 2035.
According to the Ministry of Communications, the launch of 5G services will require years of intensive preparation.Recently, a 5G spectrum auction was successfully held, with 51,236 MHz allocated to telecom service providers, with total revenue of ¥150.173 billion.
The auction attracted demand for a robust 5G ecosystem capable of addressing use cases such as IoT, M2M, AI, edge computing and robotics.
Apart from the 5G launch, PM Modi is also planning to launch the 6th India Mobile Congress 2022 (IMC-2022) which will be held from 1-4 October at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
India’s three major telecom operators will each demonstrate one use case in front of the Prime Minister to demonstrate the potential of 5G technology in India.
Billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio connects teachers in schools in Mumbai with students in three different locations in Maharashtra, Gujarat and Orissa.
According to official sources, this shows how 5G will facilitate education by bringing teachers closer to their students and eliminating physical distance between them. Shows the power of on-screen Augmented Reality (AR) and how it’s being used to teach children across the country remotely without the need for an AR device.
In the Airtel demo, a girl from Uttar Pradesh will witness a vivid and immersive educational experience using virtual and augmented reality to learn about the solar system. The girl shares her learning experience with the Prime Minister by appearing to Diaz through a hologram.
Vodafone Idea’s test case demonstrates worker safety in a tunnel under construction for the Delhi Metro by creating a ‘digital twin’ of the tunnel with dias. Digital twins can help provide real-time safety alerts to workers from remote locations.
Modi will do a live demo from dias, utilizing VR and artificial intelligence to monitor work in real time.
Various use cases that will be demonstrated in front of the Prime Minister at the exhibition include precision drone-based agriculture. High security router and AI-based cyber threat detection platform. automated guided vehicles; smart ambulances; augmented/virtual/mixed reality in education and skill development. sewage monitoring systems; smart agri programs and health checkups, etc.
5G will offer speeds several times faster than 4G, support latency-free connectivity, and enable billions of connected devices to share data in real time.
It helps provide seamless coverage, high data rates, low latency, and reliable communication. It also improves energy efficiency, spectral efficiency, and network efficiency.
5G technology will help connect billions of Internet of Things devices, bring high-quality video services to life at high speeds, and deliver critical services like remote surgery and self-driving cars.
It helps minimize the role of humans in hazardous industrial activities such as real-time disaster monitoring, precision agriculture, deep mining and marine activities. Unlike existing mobile communication networks, 5G networks can accommodate each of these requirements. Different use cases within the same network.
5G will enable solutions such as e-health, connected cars, and ultra-low-latency connections that can download full-length high-quality videos and movies to mobile devices in seconds (even in crowded areas). – Immersive Augmented Reality and Metaverse experiences, life-saving use cases, advanced mobile cloud gaming, and more.
“5G has the potential to unlock new economic opportunities and social benefits and be a transformative force in Indian society. , to help move ‘Digital India’ forward. vision,” said the official release.
The launch of 5G services in India, the world’s second largest smartphone market after China, is the result of years of meticulous preparation.
India’s largest telecom spectrum auction recently set a record. ¥With a bid of Rs 1.5 crore, Mukesh Ambani’s Jio will get almost half of all airwaves sold. ¥8,807.8 billion bids.
Bharti Airtel of Communications King Sunil Bharti Mittal Wins Bid ¥43,084 kroner, Vodafone Idea Ltd ¥1,879.9 billion.
Gautam Adani’s group, who participated in the auction, were billed by some as another flashpoint in their rivalry with Ambani, but paid. ¥212 million at 400 MHz. Adani Group purchased spectrum in his 26 GHz band suitable for setting up private networks for end-to-end communications.
The auction attracted demand for a robust 5G ecosystem capable of addressing use cases such as IoT (Internet of Things), M2M (machine-to-machine communication), AI (artificial intelligence), edge computing and robotics.
The Telecommunications Bureau amended the Right of Way (RoW) Rules in August 2022 to streamline fees for cable laying and tower installation permits and set caps on installation fees for 5G small cells and fiber optic cables. For street furniture.
The Ministry of Communications set up a 5G testbed with the help of IIT, IISc Bengaluru and SAMEER to develop the technology in 2018.
According to the official release, the 5G Hackathon will start in 2020, sparking use-case envisioning and prototyping by startups, spurring innovative products.
The Inter-Ministerial Committee on 5G Use Cases has been functioning since 2021, working with 12 central ministries to enable the establishment of 5G Use Case Labs. Discussions with the industry have taken place, allowing the 5G ecosystem to take advantage of mobile phones.
C-DOT is also working with local industry and startups to develop 5G radio access networks (RAN). We have already successfully tested the 4G core with TCS and Tejas Networks.
“All of these will help answer the Prime Minister’s articulate call on ‘Jai Anusandan.’ All these efforts will lead to a 5G enterprise carrier-grade stack and innovative and impactful 5G use cases in the country.” , is a game-changer in the Indian manufacturing and telecom ecosystem,” said Release.
(with input from PTI)
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