New Delhi: The process of bringing 6G to India has been accelerated. On Monday, Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has started a new alignment regarding 6G. National Research Institutes and Science Organizations will also work for this alignment. India wants to prepare well in time to bring next generation technology. So that dependence on technology coming from other countries can be reduced.
- In March, PM Modi presented the 6G vision document
- The Indian digital economy will touch $1 trillion by the year 2025
The 6G Alliance will deliberate on various aspects of emerging telecom technologies and platforms over the next decade and enable India to become a front-line contributor to 6G technology and manufacturing by 2030.
In the month of March, PM Modi presented the 6th vision document. A 6G test bed was also announced along with this. As per knowledge any technology is tested in test bed before launch. This is a kind of trial which is done before launching.
Attempt to bring 6G by 2030
India 6G Alliance intends to fulfill the vision given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 6G is to be rolled out in India by 2030, so that India can keep pace with the rest of the world. The Indian digital economy will reach US $1 trillion by 2025.
India has 127 patents for 6G
On 30 June Minister of State for Telecom Devusinh Chouhan tweeted that through the Department of Telecom’s PLI and Telecom Technology Development Fund (TTDF) schemes, fully indigenous telecom technology and productivity are being developed. Indian citizens will be able to get the latest telecom facilities at an affordable price. Besides Devusinh Chauhan, Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav said during March that India has 127 patents for 6G. With this, India will get an opportunity to move quickly in the 6G sector.