5G networks are ready to come

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The 5G networks are expected to come with much more capacity than the 4G networks as they will have have to deliver much more speeds to users around the country.

Highlights-:

  • During the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing became pretty evident – the need for seamless internet connectivity
  • The 5G networks are expected to come with much more capacity than the 4G networks
  • In the recent auctions, the telcos were seen investing a lot of their money in the 4G spectrum

The Indian telecom operators, including Reliance Jio, Vodafone Idea (Vi), and Bharti Airtel, are getting to be ready for 5G networks. The telcos are already testing their 5G solutions and networks in several parts of the country. Whenever the right time for the launch of the networks arrives, the operators will be ready in terms of network capacity and coverage. Of course, the operators will keep it up investing in their networks for years even after the PAN-India launch just to spice up capacity and coverage further like they’re doing with 4G.


Work from Home Environment to spice up Demand for 5G

During the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing became pretty evident – the necessity for seamless internet connectivity. This can only be possible if the users live during an honest network coverage area where the telco of their choice has enough capacity in its networks to satisfy the demand of the users even in peak times and avoid network congestion scenarios.


The 5G networks are expected to return with far more capacity than the 4G networks as they’re going to need to deliver far more speeds to users round the country. According to a PTI report, Sanjay Malik, Senior Vice President & Head of India Market, Nokia, said that India had become a potential market for the company because of the recent spectrum auctions.


In the recent auctions, the telcos were seen investing tons of their money within the 4G spectrum in order that they will start with building the backhaul and therefore the transport for 5G networks. With the work-from-home environment that has kicked in, Nokia is confident about making an honest fortune within the Indian market because the telcos’ need for network equipment for 5G will be pretty high.


Even Malik agrees that the telcos will accompany a phased launch where they’re going to first launch the 5G networks in metro cities then expand the networks within the smaller cities of India.

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