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      Jio 5G Announced | Testing to Start in India as Soon as Spectrum Is Available | 2YODOINDIA


      Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani announced that Jio was developing a homegrown 5G solution.

      Mukesh Ambani said the Jio 5G solution made in India from scratch.

      This will enable Jio launch a “world-class 5G service in India”.

      Mukesh Ambani stated that this 5G solution will be ready for trials as soon as 5G spectrum is available and ready for field deployment next year.

      This development was announce during the Reliance’s virtual annual general meeting 2020,

      Along with some other details like global export of Jio 5G and upgradability from 4G.

      During the Reliance AGM 2020 livestream on Youtube,

      Mukesh Ambani reveal that Jio 5G was develope by engineers in India and is dedicate to PM Narendra Modi’s “Atmanirbhar Bharat” vision.

      Mukesh Ambani shared a roadmap for Jio 5G,

      Stating that it will first test the service in India as soon as 5G spectrum is available and ready for field deployment.

      The company also plans on exporting Jio 5G solution to other telecom operators globally as a completely managed service.

      The chairman of Reliance Industries Mukesh Ambani also shared that upgrading Jio’s 4G network to 5G would be easy,

      Thanks to its converged all IP network architecture.

      Mukesh Ambani said :

      “Using these technologies, we can create compelling solutions across multiple industry verticals like media, financial services, new commerce, education, healthcare, agriculture, smart cities, smart manufacturing & smart mobility,”

      As a part of the AGM,

      Reliance Industries also revealed a Rs. 33,737 crores investment from Google in Jio Platforms.

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      RIL also introduced some new technologies including Jio Glass that provides mixed reality services,

      Jio TV+ that aggregates content from more than 12 streaming services.


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