India Can Offer 5G to Other Countries: Finance Minister

Indian engineers have created their own 5G technology. The new networking technology, 5G, is what comes next. The newest form of connectivity is called 5G. Currently, 4G is what you see on your cell phones. While 4G was limited in its ability to support new apps, 5G promised to be significantly quicker than 4G. Nirmala Sitharaman, India’s finance minister, declared on Thursday that her country may now offer 5G to other countries. Sitharaman reportedly stated, “The 5G that we’ve introduced in our country is fully freestanding,” according to a story from the HindustanTimes.

The finance minister further said that South Korea is the only country from which some essential components are supplied. She meant to say that we shouldn’t rely on China or Europe for technology.

On October 1, 2022, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi introduced 5G in India during the opening day of the India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2022. After that, telecoms including as Airtel and Jio began rolling out 5G services across numerous cities. It’s important to note that the government-owned C-DoT (Centre for Development of Telematics) just presented a domestic 5G core.

To provide 5G services in the future, BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited) will use this 5G core. Indians who wish to see their country advance and rely as little as possible on foreign countries for technology and other things will hear the words of finance minister Sitharaman ring in their ears.

India would benefit greatly from receiving orders for its 5G technology from emerging countries. India would be taking part in the global competition of telecom technology for the first time with domestically manufactured goods. The economy would benefit because more jobs would be generated and more foreign currency would enter the country.