While launching out 5G all over the nation, standards will presume center stage, claimed Aruna Sundararajan, the Telecom Secretary, this week.
“As we get nearer to knowing the technical hurdles related with the launch out of pervasive, high speed, and reliable 5G networks, standards will presume center stage. India was not center stage when previous networks such as 4G, 3G, and 2G were launched out all over the world. 5G, on the other hand, presents a huge chance for us,” Sundararajan claimed.
She was speaking on the sidelines of the 5G India 2018 International Conference.
BIF (Broadband India Forum), in addition to the CUTS (Consumer Unity and Trust Society International) this week rolled out a report on ICT standardization and its significance in order for the country to lock a leading spot in 5G.
“The communications market in India is among the biggest in the world, and it is important that we come together with industry, administrations, and academia all over the world to shape upcoming communication systems,” claimed Sundararajan.
The report considers the micro and macroeconomic impacts of standardization, both in terms of the work carried out by SDO (Standards Development Organizations) as well as when such attempts result in the growth of innovative & new services and products.
India presently stands at an important juncture as the administration is seeking to productively reap the possible advantages of a progressively digitized economy, in view of the not so distant launch of the 5G tech.
On a similar note, WiSig Networks, an Indian firm, is now readying to join the exclusive group of companies for 5G technology. WiSig Networks was founded in 2015 in Hyderabad within Indian Institute of Technology to design techs for 5G wireless. Professor at IIT Hyderabad for electrical engineering, Kiran Kuchi, had been operating for 7 Years on the tech for 5G.