Telecom ministry moves on 5G tech with Rs 500 crore research corpus

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We are sure that the deliberations will inform global policy and over the years, all stakeholders will look forward to this event for launches and releases of new technologies.

For India, 5G provides an opportunity for the industry to reach out to global markets, and consumers to gain with the economies of scale.

Sinha said at the event: "We are proud to say that our country is now hosting its own first-ever mobile, internet and technology event - The India Mobile Congress".

Second is that every Indian should have access to best products and services.

"With India having the world's highest spectrum prices, deferment of spectrum payment and reduction of interest rates are immediate steps that need to be taken.

Data is the new oil and India does not need to import it".

He also conveyed THREE must-do tasks for the consideration of both the government and our industry.

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But, that's not all. The event is dedicated to the field of telecom, mobile and internet technology. But for now, the telecom ministry has shrugged off such concerns and assured that it's keeping an eye on the financial health of the sector.

One: We must explore and implement innovative ideas to generate employment, self-employment and income-generation opportunities for millions of Indian youth. "The revenue of mobile handset industry rose 22 per cent to Dollars 21.12 billion in 2016 and it is expected that by 2017 around 200 million mobile handsets will be made out of India out of the 270 million mobile handsets to be shipped in the country", Sinha said.

How prepared are the telecom operators for an ambitious 2020 rollout?

The government has set High-Level Forum on Tuesday in the process of research and development to roll out the 5G network in India by 2020.

Meanwhile, Gopal Vitthal, CEO and MD of Bharti Airtel re-iterated that the telecom sector needs large investment, and said in the last two years, investment amount has superseded investments from the last 20 years. Since then, the other incumbents have invested heavily in a bid to counter Jio's growing presence.

The data transfer in 5G technology has latency or gap of 1 millisecond (ms) compared to 30 ms in case of 4G technology. In a statement, Airtel has announced that, initially, it will implement the new technology in Bangalore and Kolkata, and later expand to other parts of the country.