5G smartphones are being launched one after the other in the Indian smartphone request. November 26 was set by the Government of India for 5G Trails, but the telcos haven't been suitable to complete the successful testing of 5G networks completely. According to a recent report, India is moving presto towards getting tone-reliant for 6G technology.
Union Dispatches Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has said that the target is to launch 6G technology in the country by the end of 2023 or early 2024. Work is going on presto towards developing 6G technology. We'll prepare it in our own country.
“6G development has formally started. That will be seen nearly in the time frame 2024 or 2023- end. That's the direction in which we're going. We'll have designed in India telecom software for running the networks, manufactured in India telecom outfit, served in India telecom networks which can go global,” he said.
6G in India
The minister has expressed a stopgap that 6G technology will be launched in India in the last month of 2023 or early 2024. He said that scientists and masterminds have formerly been allowed by the government regarding 6G technology. He also added that after starting this technology in India, we'd distribute it worldwide. The way the pace of development of the Internet world has changed regarding 4G, 5G, it's clear that with the arrival of 6G, there will be a significant change in the Internet world.
K Rajaraman, Secretary, Department of Telecom from C-DoT, has earlier said that the specialized possibilities related to 6G should be considered so that along with the launch of 6G in the worldwide request, it'll be rolled out in India as well.
Several telecom titans are presently working on the 6G network, including Samsung, LG, Huawei. As per reports, you'll get 50 times faster internet service in a 6G network than a 5G network. It's estimated that the 6G network can also be rolled out encyclopedically by 2028-2030.
Lately, telecommunication companies Vodafone Idea, Reliance Jio, Airtel requested DOT to extend 5G trials in India. The request for the extension came after the permit given to the telcos that ended on November 26.
“A reference has been made to TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) for 5G diapason deals. They've formerly started the discussion process. The process should end nearly in the February-March time frame in the coming time. Also, the transaction process will be in Q2 of the timetable time 2022,” said Union Dispatches Minister Ashwini Vaishnav.