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New India will play a big role in designing future wireless technology: PM Modi


Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday after launching 5G services at the 6th India Mobile Congress that New India will not remain a mere consumer of technology but will play an active role in its development and implementation.

PM Modi added, “At the time of 2G, 3G, 4G, India was dependent on other countries for technology. But with 5G, India has created a new history. With 5G, India is setting a global standard in telecom technology for the first time”. PM Modi stated that New India will not remain a mere consumer of technology, but India will play an active role in the development and implementation of that technology. India will play a big role in designing the future wireless technology, and manufacturing related to it.

PM Modi further stated that today, on behalf of the country’s telecom industry, 130 crore Indians are getting a wonderful gift in the form of 5G. 5G is the knock of a new era at the country’s door.5G is the beginning of an infinite sky of opportunities and congratulated every Indian for this very much, PM Modi said. PM Modi added, “From exporting zero mobile phones in 2014, today we have become a mobile phone exporting country worth thousands of crores. Naturally, all these efforts have had an impact on the cost of the device. Now we have started getting more features at a lower cost”. PM Modi said further that the government started a campaign to deliver electricity from door to door Like worked on the mission of providing clean water to everyone through Har Ghar Jal Abhiyan.

Talking about digital payments Modi stated that the government itself went ahead and made the way for digital payments easier. The government itself promoted citizen-centric delivery service through the app. Whether it is about farmers or small shopkeepers, we have given them a way to meet their daily needs through the app.

He added that today, whether we have small traders, small entrepreneurs, local artists or artisans, Digital India has given a platform and a market to everyone. Today you go to a local market or vegetable market and see, even a small street vendor will tell you, not cash, do ‘UPI’. Digital India’s success is based on four pillars including the cost of the device, digital connectivity, data costs, and a digital-first approach. Earlier on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 6th India Mobile Congress at Pragati Maidan in Delhi and launched 5G services.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inspected the exhibition at Pragati Maidan. The 5G telecom services seek to provide seamless coverage, high data rate, low latency, and highly reliable communications system. The three major telecom operators of the country demonstrated one use case each in front of the Prime Minister to show the potential of 5G technology in India.

It will increase energy efficiency, spectrum efficiency, and network efficiency. 5G technology will help in connecting billions of Internet of Things devices, will allow higher quality video services with mobility at high speed, and delivery of critical services such as telesurgery and autonomous cars among others. 5G will help in real-time monitoring of disasters, precision agriculture, and minimising the role of humans in dangerous industrial operations such as in deep mines, offshore activities, etc. Unlike existing mobile communication networks, 5G networks will allow tailoring of requirements for each of these different use cases within the same network.



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