At Pragati Maidan in Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated 5G services in India at the sixth edition of India Mobile Congress. Additionally, PM witnessed a live demo by Vodafone Idea.
Next-gen networks provide speed multiple times faster than 4G networks, provide seamless connectivity and can connect billions of devices. Furthermore, it will improve energy efficiency, spectrum utilization and network reliability.
1. High-speed internet
rajkotupdates.news:pm-modi-india-plans-to-launch-5g-services-soon offers ultra-high internet speeds with seamless, lag-free connectivity for billions of devices. It can connect virtual reality, augmented reality and autonomous vehicles. 5G should create new economic opportunities and societal benefits.
At India Mobile Congress 2022 in New Delhi’s Pragati Maidan, Prime Minister Modi officially unveiled the service. He visited various stalls from telecom operators and technology providers, in order to get firsthand experience of 5G innovations.
Sunil Mittal, Chairman of Bharti Airtel and promoters of Vodafone Idea, described 5G services as a gift for India’s 130 crore people, hailing Prime Minister Narendra Modi for understanding technology and using it for national development. Kumar Mangalam Birla from Aditya Birla Group-promoters of Vodafone Idea noted their extensive preparations for 5G services are going into effect, making the service accessible and cost-effective for mass audiences.
2. Low-cost data
On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated India’s 5G services with what he called an important “step towards a new era”. This new network offers seamless coverage with high data rate, low latency communications and highly reliable communications, in addition to increasing energy efficiency, spectrum utilization and network effectiveness.
Airtel will present a demo that connects a teacher in Mumbai with students at three separate locations across Maharashtra, Gujarat and Odisha, effectively eliminating physical distance. Vodafone Idea will demonstrate its technology can monitor worker safety at a tunnel construction site in Delhi by sending real-time alerts directly from its dais.
Ashwini Vaishnaw, Telecom Minister announced that Jio and Airtel plan to make their 5G services available initially in 13 cities; with an aim to eventually cover the entire nation over time.
3. High-definition video
Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled 5G services, heralding in an age of ultra high-speed mobile internet for 130 crore Indians and calling it an act of patriotism from both country and industry.
The new technology provides seamless coverage, high data rate and less delay for internet connectivity, connecting billions of devices while revolutionising sectors from health to agriculture and disaster management, according to the government.
At India Mobile Congress digital technology forum in New Delhi, Prime Minister Modi visited pavilions of different telecom operators and 5G technology providers to experience firsthand its use cases and interact with virtual reality/augmented reality hologram of student from Dankaur using virtual reality/augmented reality technologies.
4. Enhanced security
Fifth Generation (5G) service will enable ultrahigh-speed Internet, offering new economic and societal opportunities and benefits in India. 5G can serve as a transformative force that could bring transformational change for society at large.
PM Narendra Modi believes 5g services will offer seamless coverage, high data rate, low latency communications system that are both highly reliable and energy efficient. They will also increase energy, spectrum and network efficiencies.
At the launch event, Prime Minister Modi noted that 5G services are a “gift for 130 crore Indians”. He highlighted how telecom industry has allowed India to enter a new era by giving citizens this technology and spoke about its positive effects for rural areas, students and labourers. Furthermore, India will no longer merely be consumers but instead actively engaged in developing and implementing technologies as part of a modernized nation.
5. Long-range connectivity
Fifth Generation (5G) Internet services are expected to open up new economic and societal benefits, providing India with a transformative force. They should also increase energy efficiency, spectrum utilization and network utilization efficiency.
Reliance Jio demonstrated how 5G can help education by connecting a teacher from Mumbai with students located across Maharashtra, Gujarat and Odisha to demonstrate its benefits. Airtel, Vodafone Idea and Jio will also showcase live experiences of AR/VR technology.
PM Modi highlighted that India, once dependent upon foreign companies for 2G, 3G and 4G technologies, has emerged as an industry leader with its indigenously developed 5G technologies playing a pivotal role. He stated that his government’s digital-first approach had significantly raised India’s profile internationally.