5G spectrum: Govt has no plans to reduce price; industry bodies, telecom operators seek revision in proposed base rates
A telecom player interested in buying spectrum for 5G service in 3300-3400 Mhz and 3425-3600 Mhz band will need to shell out at least Rs 9,840 crore as per TRAI's proposal.
Huawei had initially considered inviting the press to the launch in South Korea but decided against it.
South Korea became the first country to launch nationwide 5G services, with three superfast networks.
South Korea beat China, US and Japan to launch and leverage 5G connected services in the country.
India's mobile subscriber base to touch 1.42 billion by 2024; 80% of users to have 4G connections: Report
Globally, 5G services are expected to reach more than 40 percent global population coverage and 1.5 billion subscriptions for enhanced mobile broadband by the end of 2024.
“Jio will showcase a live demo of 5G services at IMC. It has partnered with three global companies for the demo,” a source at Jio’s vendor firm said.
Under the agreement with Softbank, BSNL will collaborate for its satellite constellation.
Samsung was focussing on developing innovations that will be genuinely accepted and liked by users.
Tech Mahindra has been offering services to its clients using Blockchain Technology.
Research firm Ovum, said Cisco's message was that "An operator can deliver much of the functionality of 5G, with up to 85 percent of its features, today".
The demonstration using Ericsson's 5G test bed and 5G New Radio (NR) delivered a throughput of 5.7 Gbps and ultra-low latency of 3 millisecond.
Mobile equipment maker Nokia sees the shift to the next generation of 5G wireless networks kicking off well ahead of 2020, the year when many in the industry consider mass-market upgrades will begin, its chief executive said on Sunday.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) on Thursday set up a vision for the development of 5G mobile, in a bid to provide lightning speed, omnipresent, ultra-reliable mobile communications in the short future.
As India battles network call drops and slow data access, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has agreed on the definition of 5G telecommunication networks. What this means is while India is gearing up for the fourth, the world will be thinking of 5G services.