5G Technology to be launched in India by 2020

5G technology
5G technology
will make a big difference in the world of smartphones. This will allow cars, home, machines and gadgets to be connected to an internet connection. In a remote area of ​​a country, a person seriously ill is not in a position to travel, with the help of 5G, he will be treated easily through the Virtual Reality Controllers. Most of the country's service providers have stepped up to adopt the 5G.

Nokia's telecommunications equipment maker Nokia says that by the year 2021, 5G technology will be started in India. Airtel has partnered with Nokia for 5G services and these two companies will work together in the direction of 5G technology. Nokia says that 5G will get a speed of one gigabit per second, which is 25 times faster than the 4G. The Department of Telecommunications has asked companies like Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea and Government Company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) to partner with equipment vendors like Cisco, Samsung, Ericsson and Nokia. Department of Telecommunications wants telecom companies to triple 5G field trials in the country till January 2019 and tell them about the system needed to make it easy at its professional level.

5G Technology Begins By 2020

According to Nokia Chief Executive Officer Rajeev Suri, 5G technologies will be started in emerging markets including India and Latin America, along with developed markets like the US, South Korea and China, by 2021. He said that with this, security will be the biggest priority for companies as this network will be able to exchange millions of confidential information through trade.

No copyright on 5G

On the ongoing discussion on the ban on some companies in Europe and other parts, he says that the ban on certain companies will not make any difference to the plans of the launch of the 5G. After all, 5G is a technology and nobody has the copyright on it.

Huawei stop in many countries

Significantly, there has been speculation that there is a delay in the beginning of the 5G due to the ban in many countries on China's Huawei and this is increasing the cost. Many countries have banned the purchase of goods from Huwai, a Chinese company. There have been reports that Huawei has more patents related to 5G than any other company.

Airtel-Nokia will start trials for 5G

Prior to this, Airtel will be launching a 5G front hall trial in collaboration with Nokia in India. Front Hall Technology Base is a link between the band unit and the radio. Airtel's thinking through this trial is that it will keep its network ready for 5G technology. Along with this, Airtel can also increase the performance of its existing network through this trial. Additionally, through the trial, service providers will also understand the bandwidth demand.

Service platform in the 5G

According to Cisco, the telecom network will actually become a service platform in the 5G environment and will be able to recover the investments made to make telecom companies specially in network transformation and data center architecture from digital services for small and medium enterprises and consumers. Its speed can be up to 100 times more than the 4G network. Government is expected to start 5G in the country at the end of 2020. However, the telecom sector experts say that India's preparation is slow on the launch of the 5G.

Reasons behind India's downside in 5G

South Korea, Japan, Australia, America, China, France and Germany are at least three years ahead of our country at least. One of the major reasons behind India's downside in 5G is the poor condition of Fiber Network Infrastructure. Due to financial pressure on the telecom industry, the sale of the 5G spectrum is likely to be by the end of the year. The 5G network is expected to be launched in the US by June this year. After this service will start in South Korea, Japan and China. Experts say that the lack of fiber connectivity in the path of 5G is a major obstacle. Less than 20 percent of telecom towers in the country are connected to fiber cables. For a fast speed of 5G data, a strong fiber-based network is important.

Tower and Infrastructure Providers Association Director General TR According to Dua, to make 5G successful, at least 70-80 percent of telecom towers should be linked to fiber. If this does not happen then the difficulties will continue with the speed of the data. The members of the association include Indus Towers, Bharti Infratel, American Tower Corporation, Reliance Infratel and Tower Vision. China is far ahead of fiber connectivity. In China, 75-80 percent of mobile towers are connected to fiber.