Today we are going to discuss 5G services in India, an exciting topic and you know it from the title, Right? So now we are moving towards the new generation of the Internet, or we can say a new generation of technology. Jio will be the first telecom company to provide 5G services in India as per the current situation because Vodafone, Idea, and Airtel have been put into a big fine. So today’s hot topic remains on Jio 5G.
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5G in India
Bringing 5G in India is not a small task as in many Rural India, even in cities, it is seen that internet speed is not up to the mark. India is a huge country and needs the right amount of infrastructure to establish a stable connection for all.
The government has been pushing Indian telecom players to build 5G tech in India itself to decrease foreign dependency.
Reliance Jio seeks Government’s Permission for Trial of Self-designed 5G Services
Reliance Jio is, as mentioned above, maybe the first company to give us all the 5G connectivity. Jio is all set to bring 5G in India as recently when Donald Trump asked Mukesh Ambani about 5G. Then he answered by saying that they will bring 5G in India soon. He also said that they would not be using any Chinese tech in their 5G technology. This all brings us to the conclusion that Jio will bring us 5G without any Chinese infrastructure, which is good and as per the news now Jio has even started testing.
Last year, the government asked telecom operators to submit their trial applications to the government. Jio was ready to start trials in February 2020, but the government asked it to wait until other operators submitted their trial proposals.
Benefits of 5G Connectivity
As the name 5G suggests that it is the next generation of 4G connectivity. The 5G has the best connectivity and also to be 100-times faster than it’s predecessor. It is designed to take over issues of latency, speed, and utility and improve it to be better than ever. It will also have an enhanced throughout to handle more simultaneous connections at a time than current-generation networks.
Globally, 5G network implementation is rapidly moving from the trial stage to early commercialization. Lead by Huawei, a Chinese brand remains the most significant contributor to the global 5G market, acquiring 46 per cent of the sale of all such devices in 2019. (which means China is ahead in the tech of 5G).
That’s all for this post on 5G in India. Are you guys excited for the Jio 5G? Let us know your thoughts in the comments down below.