Minister of Railways first call on BSNL’s Indian 4G network

Minister of Railways Ashwini Vaishnaw informed on Sunday that he had made an initial call on BSNL’s Indian 4G network. In a tweet he said: “Made the first call on BSNL (Designed and Made in India) Indian 4G network. PM @narendramodi Ji’s vision of Aatmanirbhar Bharat is taking shape. “

BSNL 4G is available in many parts of India and the company is now offering a free 4G SIM card to its customers until December 31st. This is India’s first indigenous 4G network, although its rollout has not been smooth.

BSNL had requested expressions of interest on January 1 to request prior registration or proof of concept from Indian manufacturers of telecommunications equipment interested in participating in its 4G tender.

Recently, the Telecommunications Department reduced the performance and financial bank guarantee requirements of telecommunications operators by 80 percent, according to a license amendment note released Wednesday. The change was made to the old telecoms licenses in the UASL (Licensed Unified Access Services) category and to the new licenses that started in 2012 – Unified License (UL) category. This decision will release the cash reserves of Bharti Airtel, Reliance Jio, Vodafone Idea, BSNL Internet licensees like Tata Communications, Atria Convergence Technologies, etc. which they kept with banks to obtain bank guarantees (BG).

Meanwhile, Telecommunications Secretary K Rajaraman called on the state-owned telecommunications research and development organization Center for Development of Telematics (C-DOT) to start developing 6G and other futuristic technologies to catch up with the market. worldwide on time.

“The telecommunications secretary insisted that C-DOT must keep up with emerging technologies, aligned with the technology lifecycle. He instructed C-DOT to start working on 6G and other futuristic technologies in order to catch up with the market in time, ”C-DOT said in the statement.

Samsung, Huawei, LG and a few other companies have started working on 6G technologies. Next-generation telecommunications technology is said to be 50 times faster than 5G and is expected to launch commercially between 2028 and 2030.

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