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Union Communications and Electronics and Information Technology Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw announced the Bharat 6G Alliance on Monday, a new endeavour to launch next-generation technology in India following the successful roll-out of 5G.
The Bharat 6G Alliance is an alliance of public, business, and other departments that will strive to develop new telecom technology and 6G in the country.
“India has over 200 patents on 6G technology.” “The upcoming 6G technology will build on the foundation established by 5G to provide enhanced capabilities such as improved reliability, ultra-low latency, and cost-effective solutions,” the minister said at an event here.
In the next few weeks, the government will implement the next telecom reforms. 6G is expected to be almost 100 times quicker than 5G, allowing for the development of new communication applications.
Bharat 6G Alliance
The Bharat 6G Alliance will meet in the coming decade to discuss many elements of upcoming telecom technology and platforms.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi published the 6G vision document in March of this year.
According to Devusinh Chauhan, Minister of State for Communications, India has one of the fastest 5G network rollouts, with the installation of 2.70 lahks 5G sites in nine months.
Prime Minister Modi has already stated that the 6G project will open up new doors for inventors, companies, and startups. In March, he unveiled a vision statement outlining India’s aspirations to develop and deliver 6G telecom services within the next three years.