Manoj Sinha, the telecom minister, claimed that the government might look after that there is no shortage of spectrum. This is decided to make sure that India does not fall behind the remaining part of the globe in rolling out 5G offerings, particularly at a time when the nation is witnessing an unprecedented growth in consumption of the data.
Speaking to the delegates last week at the Telecom 5G Congress, Sinha claimed that the new telecom norm might be rightfully aligned to make sure the country is ready for 5G and is in sync with the leading telecom industries of the world.
Having fallen short on both the 4G and 3G fronts, the Government of India needs to level up on 5G with the remaining part of the world. 5G is a next-gen mobile technology that pledges sweltering download speeds of 20 Gbps in comparison to 1 Gbps on a network working on 4G.
Aruna Sundararajan, the Telecom Secretary, who attended the event, claimed that the government has previously permitted a test bed for 5G technologies that might be supported by IIT Chennai. This was done since India looks to be at the vanguard of expansion as well as domestic production of 5G gadgets in future. The test bed for 5G, she claimed, might be ready in 6 Months, and might be a main enabler for devices and standards that might be required for 5G usage and rollout.
Unalloyed enthusiasm of Sinha for 5G was difficult to miss, when he claimed that the broadband technology of fast mobile might change the world much in the similar way as the WWW (World Wide Web) did 20 Years back. He further guaranteed the sector that the DoT (telecom department) might take all the correct moves at the correct time to make sure that there are no challenges related to spectrum supply along the path.