On Thursday, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said India’s 5G technology is entirely indigenous, not imported from elsewhere, but the country’s own products.
“The story hasn’t been made public. The 5G we’re rolling out in our country is completely homegrown, independent. There may be some key pieces coming from countries like South Korea, but certainly not from other countries…” Sitharaman said at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C. in action.
India can now provide 5G technology to other countries that need it, she said. “Our 5G is not imported from elsewhere, it’s our own product. It’s spreading very quickly.”
Sitharaman said the private company that makes the product says the technology will be available in most parts of the country by the end of 2024. “We can be incredibly proud of what India has accomplished when it comes to 5G.”
Ushering in a new era of technology, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched 5G services this month.
Industry leaders have spoken out at this historic moment. The country’s three major telecom operators each presented a use case in front of the Prime Minister to demonstrate the potential of India’s 5G technology.
Speaking at the meeting, the Prime Minister said the summit may be global, but its impact and direction are local.
“Today, 1.3 billion Indians are getting a wonderful gift in the form of 5G from the country and the country’s telecom industry. 5G is the knock on the door of a new era in the country.” 5G is the beginning of a new era Unlimited business opportunities . I congratulate every Indian on this,” he added.
He said with satisfaction that in the rollout of 5G and the advancement of technology, rural areas and laborers are equal partners.
Highlighting another message from the 5G rollout, the Prime Minister said, “The New India will no longer be just a consumer of the technology, but India will play an active role in the development and implementation of the technology. India will play an important role in designing 5G . The future of wireless technology, and the manufacturing associated with it.
The Prime Minister pointed out that India is dependent on other countries for 2G, 3G and 4G technologies. But he said that with 5G, India has made new history.
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