Reliance Jio To Pioneer The Roll Out Of 5G Network In The Second Half of 2021, says Mukesh Ambani
During his recent interview, Mukesh Ambani made a crucial announcement about the roll of 5G Network by Reliance Jio. He assured us that it will be made available in the second half of 2021.
Reliance Jio has now made a huge announcement revolving around the 5G revolution in India. During his inaugural speech at the India Mobile Congress 2020, the Chairperson of the company and business tycoon, Mukesh Ambani, assured that Reliance Jio will roll out its 5G service in the country during the second half of 2021.
Mukesh Ambani began his speech by paying respects to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. After speaking of the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine, the business tycoon elaborated his plans of leading the fourth industrial revolution in India. He assured that Reliance Jio will be made available in India indigenously.
“Honourable Prime Minister with great admiration and enthusiasm, the nation has welcomed your announcement about the early availability of an affordable COVID vaccine. The pandemic will surely be behind us soon in 2021. India is today amongst the best digitally connected nations in the world. In order to maintain this lead, policy steps are needed to accelerate early role out of 5G, and to make it affordable and available everywhere I assure you that Jio will pioneer the 5G revolution in India in the second half of 2021. It will be powered by indigenous-developed network, hardware and technology components”, said Ambani.
While making the announcement, he urged the ruling government to work on the necessary policy steps that will accelerate the availability of the 5G network to those who are underprivileged and yet are on 2G network. The Reliance Chairperson expressed that he wants everyone to actively participate in the boom of the digital economy and reap benefits from this advancement.
“As the digitalisation of the Indian economy and Indian society picks up speed, the demand for digital hardware will grow enormously. India has developed world-class strengths in chip design. I clearly foresee India becoming a major hub for state-of-the-art semiconductor industry. When all the stakeholders work together, we can surely ensure that India’s success in hardware will match our success in software,” he added.
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