India is going to experience a 5G network soon as our honourable Prime Minister has launched 5G in India on 1st October 2022 at the India Mobile congress 2022 Event held in Pragati Maidan, Delhi. We were also part of that event as our college Sri Balaji University was the official academic partner of IMC 2022. We were a group of 50 people in this event representing Sri Balaji University. IMC 2022 was India’s biggest telecom event, and many companies were part of this event they booked their booth in that event to present their products and services and demonstrate how 5G will help in various sectors like healthcare, agriculture, education, Gaming, etc.
In telecommunication, 5G is the fifth-generation technology standard for broadband cellular network, which cellular phone cos. began deploying worldwide, and is the planned successor to the 4G networks which provide connectivity to most current cell phones. Discussions were held by top management personnel among those were Randip Sikh (CTO) from Bharati Airtel, he gave an insightful session on enhanced connectivity through 5G and how it will be the best option for 5 trillion economy and how 4G was a telecom highway and 5G is a telecom runway, Matthew Oommen, president Reliance JIO, said that communication and collaboration is critical and explained that With more of the workforce moving away from a traditional office setting, collaboration tools will play an increasingly important role in keeping remote, distributed workforces connected and productive. An integral part of that connectivity is the transition to 5G, which will revolutionise mobile high-speed connections and the performance and capabilities of collaboration tools.
“IMC 2022 was a great event as we got various opportunities to meet the leaders of corporate and nourished our perspective towards the working of it. I feel privileged to be a part of this 4 days conference and thankful to the college for providing the opportunity to attend this knowledge fest”.
– Nitika Maheshwari