6G Launch Date in India announced 100 times faster than 5G – HINDI NEWS12

6G Launch Date in India announced 100 times faster than 5G

India is gearing up for the introduction of 6G wireless broadband technology, which is expected to be commercially available around 2030. The 6G networks are anticipated to deliver data speeds of up to 100 Gbps, nearly a hundred times faster than the existing 5G technology. Nokia has recently inaugurated a 6G Lab at its Global R&D center in Bengaluru, as part of the ‘Bharat 6G Vision‘ introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. This vision aims to position India as a key global contributor to the standardization, development, and implementation of 6G technology. The lab will also collaborate with prestigious institutions such as IISc and IITs for research related to 6G technology

6G launch in India Expected in Two phases

The ‘Bharat 6G’ vision document outlines plans and 6g launch date in India, potentially as early as the second or third quarter of 2024. This ambitious timeline would enable India to transition from 5G to 6G services within just two years. According to government sources, India’s 6G mission is divided into two phases: the first phase spanning from 2023 to 2025 and the second phase from 2026 to 2030

6G Discussed During G20 Meeting

“The launch date for 6G technology in India has been officially announced, and this significant development was also discussed during a G20 meeting. With approximately 500 million 5G users worldwide as of 2023, there will be even better experiences and higher speeds with the advent of 6G technology. The release and launch of 6G are imminent, and discussions are currently underway.”

6g launch date in india

6g launch date in india has been officially announced, will be availaible within 2 years (year 2024) and discussions regarding this were also mentioned the G20 summit. With approximately 500 million 5G users worldwide as of 2023, there’s an evident sense of anticipation for an even more remarkable experience in terms of speed, as promised by 6G. As a result, the release and launch of 6G are forthcoming, with ongoing discussions.

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