Today marks 9 months since the launch of 5G network in India after a long wait. Currently, most of the people are able to use the fifth generation network for free thanks to the leading telecom operators in the country. Meanwhile, India has already started taking steps for future 6G technology. Let’s say, even before the launch of 5G, various things were being heard about the advanced 6G network. But this time there is no speculation or speculation, rather the central government itself has intervened in this matter. Yesterday means Monday, Union Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnab announced the ‘India 6G Alliance’ in the capital Delhi. Under this government alliance, all stakeholders of the telecom sector will come under one roof to work on new technologies and try to implement them by 2029.
India wants to leave the world behind with 6G technology
Ashwini Vaishnav said about ‘India 6G Alliance’ that India has advanced a lot in the global market by launching 5G. But it will not stop here, so the government aims to be at the top of the world in terms of developing 6G technology. The Union Minister also said that India has now become an exporter of telecom technology and already has around 200 patents related to 6G technology. However, the government wants to take this share of India’s 6G patents to 10 percent by 2030.
India 6G Alliance and some words
India’s latest 6G appliance will essentially act as an industry-led organization, where public and private organizations can join. Besides, representatives of educational and research institutions will also be involved in it. In this case, the main task of this organization will be to study the specifics of upcoming 6G usage, develop 6G connected equipment and bring them to market.
Advantages of 6G
Talking about the technological advantages, the sixth generation of internet network or 6G will provide the fastest (around 1,000 Gbps) internet services. It can connect 10 times more devices than 5G, and download anything in the blink of an eye. On the other hand, it is known that 6G technology will be used for health related needs like robotic surgery, online treatment. At the same time, this technology can be used in the field of smart classes or distance learning. Besides, its security system is also expected to be strengthened.
The foundation stone of the semiconductor chip plant will be laid soon
Ashwini Vaishnav said that the foundation stone of India’s first semiconductor chip plant will be laid in Gujarat within the next four to six weeks. According to him, once the plant is built, semiconductor chip production will start there by December 2024.