BSNL will first start 5G services, deal with Japanese companies

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) can launch 5G services in the country before other telecom companies. BSNL has tied up with two Japanese companies SoftBank and NTT Communications for this. On this occasion, BSNS Managing Director Anupam Srivastava said, "We have tied up with SoftBank and NTT Communications in connection with the introduction of 5G services in India and Internet of Things (IoT). Under this agreement, we will explore solutions for smart cities. '

Anupam Srivastava further said that most of the competitors (other telecom companies) of BSNL are still looking to earn money through their 4G services, so leading companies are looking at the public sector company for the start of 5G. Srivastava said, "We have benefitted from the initiative taken by Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha. He has held several meetings at the global level for 5G. We have redeemed those opportunities and have signed for the next generation of technology. "

At the same time, Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha said that India will also start 5G services along with other countries. In the beginning of 4G service in India, there was a delay of 4 years compared to other countries, while there was a delay of 7 years in the beginning of the 3G service. However, the beginning of the 5G service in India will not be delayed. 5G services in India will start in 2020, with the standard set by ITU.

He further said that the government telecom company BSNL is looking into the areas where 5G can be used in the country. Under the agreement with SoftBank, BSNL will use the Japanese company's satellites to deliver fast internet services. BSNL has also tied up with technical companies like Nokia and Cisco to develop 5G mechanisms.

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