5G Can Make India the Intelligence Capital of the World: RIL Chairman Mukesh Ambani

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated 5G services in India today. The next generation technology was unveiled at the 6th edition of India Mobile Congress, 2022 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

At the launch event, PM Modi had a firsthand experience of the services related to 5G services. He also saw Jio True 5G devices displayed at the Jio Pavilion, where he experienced 5G use cases through Jio Glass.

5G is much more than the next generation of connectivity and is, in fact, the key to unlocking the full potential of 21st-century technologies like artificial intelligence and metaverse, Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani said at the India Mobile Congress 2022 on Saturday. Shortly before, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched 5G mobile telephony services in the country.

“I think of 5G as an acronym for the 5 Goals that can fundamentally change our country,” he said.

“5G and 5G-enabled digital solutions can bring affordable and high-quality education and skill development within the reach of ordinary Indians. It will help young Indians to realize their full potential by equipping them with world-class capabilities and competencies so that they can earn more and make India globally competitive.

“5G can provide high-quality healthcare in rural and remote areas by transforming existing hospitals into smart hospitals without any additional investment. It will provide the best doctors anywhere in India digitally, dramatically improve the speed and accuracy of diagnosis, and enable real-time clinical decision-making. All this will increase the health, wealth and happiness of all Indians.”

“5G can bridge the gap between urban and rural India by accelerating the digitization and intelligent data management of agriculture, services, trade, industry, the informal sector, transport and energy infrastructure. It will create enormous efficiencies in all economic activities, make India a hub of innovations, and also help us mitigate the climate crisis. ,

“5G can provide small-scale industry and commercial enterprises with as many powerful productivity tools as those used by large capital-intensive businesses. This will lead to modernization and profitability of all sectors of India’s economy.”

“By bringing artificial intelligence to every domain, 5G can help India emerge as the intellectual capital of the world. This will help India become a leading exporter of high value-added digital solutions and services.”

Appreciating India’s leap in the telecom sector, Reliance Industries Chairman said: “Indian Mobile Congress should now become Asian Mobile Congress. We are gearing up for big events. All this is happening because of the determination of our Prime Minister. I am very proud and we are ready to take the lead in the telecom sector; from the Indian telecom sector to the Asian telecom sector and the global telecom sector.”

“India may have a late start, but we will be providing 5G technology to every part of India by December 2023,” Ambani further said, calling the fifth generation service “digital Kamdhenu”.

5G offers speeds several times faster than 4G, supports lag-free connectivity and enables billions of connected devices to share data in real-time. This will help in providing seamless coverage, high data rates, low latency and highly reliable communication. It will also increase energy efficiency, spectrum efficiency and network efficiency

It will help in real-time monitoring of disasters, precision agriculture, minimizing the role of humans in hazardous industrial operations like deep mines, offshore activities etc.

Unlike existing mobile communications networks, 5G networks will allow requirements for each of these different use cases to be met within a single network. In addition to powering an ultra-low latency connection that allows full-length high-quality video or movie downloads to a mobile device in a matter of seconds (even in congested areas), 5G e-Health, Connected Vehicles, such as may enable solutions. – Immersive Augmented Reality and Metaverse experiences, life-saving use cases and advanced mobile cloud gaming, among others.

“5G can unleash new economic opportunities and social benefits, giving it the potential to become a transformative force for Indian society. This will help the country to overcome the traditional barriers to growth, promote innovations by startups and business enterprises as well as take forward the vision of ‘Digital India’,” an official release said.

The launch of 5G services in India, the world’s second-largest smartphone market after China, comes after years of intense experience.