Modi government’s 6G vision ready after 5G, talks are going on with this companyImage Credit source: Freepik
After 5G, Sixth Generation or 6G is the next-generation telecom network that will be built on 5G technology, which is more reliable, ultra-low latency, and more reliable, with speeds nearly 100 times faster than 5G, to enable and drive new communication applications. Will offer cost effective solution. These advanced technologies will further improve the user experience which will change the economy and life. This will include intelligent network management and control and integrated wireless sensing and communication.
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Modi government’s 6G vision
The India 6G vision document was released by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to create a National Mission for 6G for a nine-year tenure (2022-2031), with funding to be done in three tranches including four for Phase-1. years and for 4-7 years for second phase and 7-9 years for phase-3. The motive of the mission will be to motivate – talks are going on between different stakeholders along with the Center and State Government along with Industry and Academics.
Talking with this company to increase 5G
Cisco is working with operators of telecom companies in India for monetization.
The company is looking at 5G at a fast pace, with both Reliance Jio and Airtel service providers connecting cities and towns. The country aims to connect every corner of the country with 5G access this year.
According to the discussion between Cisco Chairman and CEO Chuck Robbins and PM Modi, it is learned how the company has doubled down on manufacturing to boost exports from the country.
Global networking giant announced that it will start production in India with motive to drive more than $1 billion (8 thousand two hundred crore) in combined domestic production and exports in coming years by offering a robust and secure eco system .
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