The fifth-generation or 5G technology on the back of ultra-low latency communications is poised to bring the next wave of telecom disruption with an array of cross-industry applications becoming mainstream. The 5G High Level Forum, established by the Department of Telecom (DoT), has suggested ways, including more quantum of spectrum, to facilitate the service rollout.
With the UK-based GSM Association (GSMA) expecting Asia to become the largest 5G region worldwide by 2025, India is all set to play an exemplary role in terms of standards formulation, relevant use cases, and service delivery.
WHY THIS EVENT
A newer fifth-generation or 5G technology is getting much attention globally with telcos betting big on its vast potential to deliver a gamut of services including Internet of Things (IoT) and Gigabyte Broadband services.
The two-day event, of which Day 1 will facilitate Experience Sharing and Day 2 will have Executive Training, will focus on the issues and opportunities related to the applications of 5G, high-speed digital services, and how such a technology could usher the country into New India by 2022.
The event is tailored to empower the telecom industry professionals with the necessary knowledge, skills and business insights to understand technical architecture, business models, and societal impacts of 5G technology and also deep dive into the business potential, spectrum bands and network capability to keep the Indian ecosystem abreast with global peers.