Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the sixth India Mobile Congress (IMC). 5G services were also introduced in India by PM Modi. The prime minister has said that 5G technology can radically alter daily life, and he has urged business moguls to raise public awareness of its potential benefits. He also stressed the importance of using 5G to propel India’s economic development.
With 5G technology, users can anticipate uninterrupted service, high data rates, low latency, and dependable connections. An official release stated that this would result in greater efficiency in three areas: energy use, spectrum utilization, and network performance.
From October 1st to 4th, 2022, “New Digital Universe” will be the theme of the India Mobile Congress (IMC). Leaders in academia, business, and the government will all be represented at this event, which will focus on the exciting new possibilities made possible by the widespread adoption of digital technologies.
On Saturday, October 1st, Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the 6th India Mobile Congress at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. In addition to introducing 5G services in India, he reviewed multiple demonstrations put on by major telecom operators to highlight the possibilities of the technology in the country.
President Modi was briefed by Reliance Jio Chairman Akash Ambani on the company’s 5G services as he walked through the exhibition at the Indian Mobile Congress (IMC) and watched the demonstrations. Wearing a virtual reality headset, Prime Minister Modi reviewed augmented reality, virtual reality, and mixed reality during Reliance Jio’s demonstration of 5G services.
From Delhi’s Pragati Maidan, PM Modi also drove a test vehicle through Sweden, Europe. In this demonstration of the capabilities of 5G technology, presented by Qualcomm, Prime Minister Modi drove a car without actually being in it.
PM Modi Launches 5G Services
When Prime Minister Narendra Modi officially unveiled India’s long-awaited 5G services on Saturday (October 1) in New Delhi’s Pragati Maidan, he ushered in a new technological era. The 5G network will be able to cover large areas, transfer large amounts of data quickly, have low latency, and be incredibly reliable. Improved efficiency in the use of energy, the spectrum, and the network is expected. Thirteen or so cities across the country will get 5G service in the first phase.