Author: Pooja Yadav.
The government currently launching 5G technology along with global telcos in 2020. The government had already started to work for the development of 5G in the country.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley allocated ‘500 crores for research and development of 5G technology.
The technology for 5G will be approved by Working Party 5D and through the process of ITU and then that technology will become the official 5G technology.
In India, we have been behind the curve in 3G and 4G but I think with 5G we are trying to put India as one of the leading players.
In India, we have been behind the curve in 3G and 4G but I think with 5G we are trying to put India as one of the leading players. The rollout of 4G is happening now but we don’t think the rollout of 5G in India will be that much delayed, maybe around 2020 or 2021 we’ll see the rollout of 5G in India,” Bhatia said.
5G is unlike any previous technology. It promises ultra-high mobile broadband speed with extremely low latency. This unique combination potentially opens up a host of new and innovative real-time use cases including remote surgery, autonomous driving, augmented reality and virtual reality. But, it also involves collaborating with different industry verticals, and business models are going to be fundamentally different from the prevailing ones.
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