The government plans to set up 100 laboratories for 5G technology in the country.
Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has launched a multi-access Internet of Things (IoT).
The new technology is a ‘Make in India’ IoT solution.
New Delhi. Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav said on Sunday that the government plans to set up 100 laboratories for 5G technology in the country, of which at least 12 will be used for training and experimenting with students. The minister also called upon the companies participating in the Indian Mobile Congress to give their views on the new telecom bill. Through this bill, the government aims to simplify the licensing system.
Vaishnav said, ‘We are going to set up 100 5G laboratories across the country. I request the telecom industry to come together and convert at least 12 out of these 100 labs into telecom incubators for training and experimenting students.
He said, “The government is working vigorously towards easing the licensing system for all telecom companies. I am really happy to see the energy of startups and MSMEs who are going to rural areas to benefit the people.
Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal also reached India Mobile Congress and said that the introduction of 5G is a defining moment not only for India but for the world.
Multi-access IoT launched
Apart from this, Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has launched a multi-access Internet of Things (IoT) to give impetus to the ‘Make in India Mission’ introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The device helps bridge gaps in infrastructure, technology and services. The new technology is a ‘Make in India’ IoT solution, launched under the government’s Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan.