Name: KARTIK CHOURASIA
Our Honourable Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, launched 5G services in a few chosen towns on Saturday, marking the start of the first day of the India Mobile Congress 2022. The event was praised by industry professionals and those in attendance at the inauguration.
5G will be a key enabler for the goals of Digital India and realising the potential of Design in India by utilising disruptive technologies like AI, cloud, IoT, and others across the ecosystem. We anticipate India to be a prominent hub for cutting-edge semiconductor R&D and design when 5G services are implemented, hastening the next phase of the digital transformation.
Due to 5G, there will be major shift in the industrial and logistics industries. Industry 4.0 is being used by the manufacturing sector. Production lines are becoming more adaptable, efficient, and sustainable thanks to the digitisation and advancement of the manufacturing process.
Users may now work reliably from anywhere because to these advancements in connection speed, dependability, and response time. One of the primary drawbacks of working outside the office is the need for a consistent connection to the company network. If your internet provider cannot meet this need, it will be difficult for you to finish your work.
“Internet of Things (IoT) devices are widely used in homes nowadays because to the availability of a dependable internet connection via Wi-Fi. However, in the outside world, such is not the case—at least not before 5G. Internet of things is made possible in locations without Wi-Fi thanks to 5G’s improved connection stability”.