In Delhi, the India Mobile Congress (IMC) began today and runs until October 4. The event’s main attraction is the introduction of fifth generation, or 5G, mobile internet services. The rollout of 5G in a few cities will be officially announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today. The event’s webcast has started. Additionally, he will open the sixth iteration of the India Mobile Congress.
The fifth generation of mobile communication networks, or 5G, is expected to provide significantly higher speeds and more application possibilities than 4G. It is anticipated that the deployment of 5G will hasten the uptake of cloud gaming, AR/VR, the Internet of Things, and other technologies. Several business use cases exist for 5G as well. Airtel, Reliance Jio, and Vi are just a few of the operators who have already made plans to start deploying 5G in India in October.
Anil Kumar Jain, CEO of the National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI) said, “5G is going to bring forth the much needed internet revolution to India as has been experienced globally. Internet, internet governance and all applications around it are expected to grow and reach far and wide across the country. This will provide opportunities for the country and its allied businesses- MSMEs, startups, creator industries, its digital economy and also seen benefits of digital technology and revolution both in India’s urban and rural areas.”
Jio Glass allowed PM Narendra Modi to experience 5G use cases. He also took the time to comprehend Jio’s homegrown creation of end-to-end 5G technology. Ashwini Vaishnaw, the minister of communications, Devusinh Chauhan, chairman of RIL Mukesh Ambani, and chairman of RJIL Akash Ambani were also present.
It won’t simply be about using your phone to access speedy internet with 5G. Additionally, it attracts a number of business users and offers the government significant opportunities in fields like agriculture and disaster management. The PM is currently seeing a demonstration of how 5G will be applied to disaster management to ensure quicker alerts.13 cities will receive 5G service first. Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Gurugram, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Pune, Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad, and Jamnagar are among the cities on the list.
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