Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced 5g services in India at the sixth edition of India Mobile Congress. His new telecom network promises seamless coverage, faster data rate and less delay for internet connectivity.
Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone Idea showcased use cases before Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
1. High-speed internet
PM announces launch of 5G services at Pragati Maidan New Delhi during 6th edition of IMC 2022
Fifth generation technology offers ultra-high internet speeds with seamless lag-free connectivity for billions of devices worldwide. As such, it will open the doors for many new applications including e-health services, connected vehicles, more immersive augmented reality/metaverse experiences, lifesaving use cases and advanced mobile cloud gaming services. As part of its Digital India vision, this initiative will enable India to bypass traditional barriers to development. Furthermore, startups and businesses will be encouraged to innovate further thereby furthering its progress. As part of its contribution towards more sustainable energy solutions for the nation, optical fibre will also expand in terms of reach and increase energy efficiency, increasing spectrum efficiency and decreasing network latency. Furthermore, this technology may assist with disaster monitoring in real time, precision agriculture projects or minimizing human involvement in dangerous mines or war fields; additionally it could reduce traffic congestions while optimizing public transport systems.
2. Lag-free connectivity
Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled 5G services across 13 cities today, including Delhi, Mumbai, Varanasi, Bangalore Hyderabad Kolkata and Pune. He encouraged citizens to use 5G technology for making an impactful difference in people’s lives and also thanked India’s telecom industry for its hard work.
Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio both launched services for next-gen networks simultaneously in their first phases, promising seamless coverage, high data rates and low latency for highly reliable communication systems as well as increased energy, spectrum and network efficiencies.
At Reliance Jio’s booth, Prime Minister Narendra Modi witnessed first-hand a demonstration of rajkotupdates.news:pm-modi-india-plans-to-launch-5g-services-soon connectivity that proved its superiority over earlier generations. A teacher from Mumbai connected directly with students located across Maharashtra, Gujarat and Odisha schools via Jio’s service – eliminating distance entirely and drawing an appreciative response from students across three states. He applauded this new technology’s application in education.
3. Low-cost devices
Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Pragati Maidan to see how 5G will be applied across different fields. He stated, “130 crore Indians are receiving a gift from government and telecom industry in form of 5G technology today.” Additionally, this new era will help break through traditional barriers to development while encouraging startups and business enterprises – as well as furthering Digital India.
Reliance Jio demonstrated how 5G will enable teachers to connect remotely with students via video conferencing – eliminating physical distance between them. They connected students from Dnyanjyoti Savitribai Phule School in Raigad in Maharashtra with those at Ropda Primary School in Gujarat as well as Dnyanjyoti Navodyal Primary School Myurbhanj, Odisha.
The Prime Minister witnessed how 5G technology will revolutionise sectors such as agriculture, cattle herding, river cleaning and waste disposal. He reviewed a test case from Vodafone Idea that illustrated how 5G will aid workers building an under-construction tunnel in Delhi by creating a digital twin on-dais in order to monitor safety alerts real time.
4. Artificial intelligence
Fifth generation (5G) technology promises ultrahigh internet speeds and seamless connectivity, promising to enhance numerous industries including online education, mining, warehousing and real-time data exchange between billions of devices in real time. It could have far reaching effects across sectors ranging from online education to mining to warehousing and beyond.
At Pragati Maidan in New Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi officially unveiled 5G services at India Mobile Congress 6, alongside three leading telco CEOs – Mukesh Ambani of Reliance Jio, Sunil Mittal from Bharti Airtel, and Kumar Mangalam Birla of Aditya Birla Group’s Vi (formerly Vodafone Idea) division.
PM Modi noted the launch of 5G as “an exciting step towards the new era”, promising many opportunities. He encouraged youth and start-up entrepreneurs to seize them. PM Modi visited three telcos as well as technology providers’ stalls before witnessing Reliance Jio’s True 5G devices as well as experiencing one of their use cases with its Jio Glass device.