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India-Russia collaboration in 5G, 6G and advanced technologies

India-Russia collaboration in 5G, 6G and advanced technologies

India is expected to launch 5G services next month. Prime Minister Narendra Modi to unveil details of 5G rollout at upcoming India Mobile Congress… 27.09.2022, Sputnik International

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India and Russia can collaborate in cutting-edge technology including 5G use cases and 6G technology, India’s Minister of State for Communications Devusinh Chauhan has said during bilateral talks with the Vice -Russian Digital Development Minister Bella Cherkesova in Romania on Tuesday. Boosting digital infrastructure, Chauhan also said that all of India will be covered with 5G services within a few years. use case. “India has developed its own 4G stack and is on the verge of developing its own 5G stack. The Indian government has also formed an ‘innovative technology group’ for the design and development of 6G technology by 2030. During From the 21st annual India-Russia summit held last December in New Delhi, the parties confirmed their interest in developing cooperation in digital technologies, including information protection, infrastructure security reviews and law enforcement.

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India is expected to launch 5G services next month. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reveal details of the 5G rollout at the upcoming India Mobile Congress, which starts on October 1.

India and Russia can collaborate in cutting-edge technologies, including 5G use cases and 6G technology, India’s Minister of State for Communications Devusinh Chauhan said during bilateral talks with the Deputy -Russian Digital Development Minister Bella Cherkesova in Romania on Tuesday.

Briefing his Russian counterpart on India’s achievements in boosting digital infrastructure, Chauhan also said that all of India will be covered with 5G services within a few years.

“There are many areas where Russia and India can collaborate, including 5G use case development, 6G technology design, IoT, machine-to-machine, cybersecurity and solution development. reliable last mile,” Chauhan said.

The Russian minister showed keen interest in “deepening collaboration with India in the field of advanced telecommunications technologies, security and the development of 5G use cases”.

India has developed its own 4G stack and is about to develop its own 5G stack. The Indian government has also formed an “innovative technology group” for the design and development of 6G technology by 2030.

Addressing the nation on the 75th anniversary of independence last month, India’s Modi said that “the manufacture of semiconductors, the introduction of 5G and the spread of fiber optic networks are not only the path to self-sufficiency, but also the next revolution in education, health care and all other aspects of life.”

At the 21st annual India-Russia summit held last December in New Delhi, the parties confirmed their interest in developing cooperation in digital technologies, including information protection, critical infrastructure security and law enforcement.



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