Communications Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw said India’s 5G network will be ready around September-October.
Communications Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw said on Wednesday, Communications Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw of India said countries are actively looking at these indigenous telecommunications networks for cost and quality advantages. quantity.
Speaking at an event organized by the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), the minister said India’s indigenous telecommunications systems mark “major fundamental technological advancements”.
The minister also noted that bridging the digital divide becomes even more important in a world where technology is playing an important role in economic development and added that the Government is directing all its efforts to ensure inclusive growth.
“The 5G stack is also in a good, advanced stage… around September-October,” said Vaishnaw.
He encouraged the international delegates – who are attending the ministerial session organized by the telecommunications regulator – to actively review India’s 4G and 5G technologies, and ensure that they will ” good in terms of cost and quality”.
“It will really be a huge contribution to the telecommunications consumers in your countries. I’m talking about the major fundamental technological advancement that lies in India’s 4G platform. Use it,” the ministry said. chief said. The Center is doing its best for inclusive development, so that government programs and plans benefit disadvantaged sections of society and people living in remote areas.
“In today’s world where technology plays a major role in the economy, in this world, if the digital gap is not filled with conscious effort, the digital gap will grow rapidly. significant and we won’t be able to complete or close it,” he said, adding that the government is persistently working to close the digital divide through various measures.
Vaishnaw continues to cite key initiatives in this area including strengthening connectivity in remote areas through USO (Common Service Obligation Fund) support, the creation of digital platforms, and more. open public digital technology in areas such as payments, healthcare, logistics and education, and the Gati Shakti National Master Plan PM for integrated planning and infrastructure development.
Speaking on the occasion, Telecommunications Minister K Rajaraman said that quality of service is an important “moving goal” and found that as technology evolves, quality “expected also increases”.
“Consumer expectations about download speeds, system latency remains an important goal of the Government. This is a good opportunity for all of us to look back at what we’ve done, to try it out. see how we can promote Rajaraman said.
The rollout of 5G services, expected later this year, will create a new field of service quality as well as new types of services, he said. TRAI President, PD Vaghela says that digital technology is changing service delivery in education, healthcare, agriculture, energy and other sectors. In this context, he calls for a collaborative, facilitation approach between different sectors to frame policies and regulations.