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      5G Services to Be Roll Out within a Month and Development of Indigenous 6G Stack in Progress : MoS Telecom

      Very long-awaited high-speed 5G services are expect to be roll out in about a month, Minister of State for Telecom Devusinh Chauhan said.

      Addressing the inaugural event of the International Telecommunication Union’s Regional Standardisation Forum (RSF) for Asia and Oceania region, Devusinh Chauhan said India is likely to deploy indigenously develop and manufacture 5G telecom gears by end of this year for 5G services.

      Devusinh Chauhan Said :

      “In about a month, 5G mobile services will roll out in the country, which will have multiplier effects on the development of all sectors. A 6G Technology Innovations Group, has also been set up, which is working towards the development of indigenous 6G stack,”.

      Also Devusinh Chauhan said that the government is promoting, the indigenously design, develop and manufacture advance telecom technology, and as a result, India today has a strong home-grown 5G mobile communications ecosystem.

      Devusinh Chauhan Said :

      “We have develop a fully indigenous 5G test bed, which will facilitate testing of 5G network elements. By the end of this year, we are likely to see indigenously developed, and manufactured 5G stack, getting deployed in rolling out 5G network in India,” the minister said.

      India’s biggest ever auction of telecom spectrum that conclude on 1st August 2022 receive a record Rs 1,59,100 crore worth of bids, with Mukesh Ambani’s Jio cornering nearly half of all the airwaves sold with an Rs 88,078 crore bid.

      Devusinh Chauhan said that the growth in the Indian telecom market has been spur by the market-friendly government policies.

      Devusinh Chauhan Said :

      “We initiated a number of structural and procedural reforms in the telecom sector. These reforms have created a very positive, and forward-looking environment for the telecom industry. As a result, a recent 5G spectrum auction in India has fetched bids of $20 billion (roughly Rs 1,59,100 crore),”.

      As Devusinh Chauhan said that Indian engineers have develop a set of 5G standards, which will facilitate the spread of the 5G network in rural areas.

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      The Department of Telecommunications also host an exhibition at the forum venue to showcase various indigenously develop digital products and services of India.

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