[Jio 5G:] – #Top 5 things you don’t know about Jio 5G in 2020

After the high success of 2G, 3G, and 4G, now it’s the time to talk about 5G. Oh yes, the standards are high now, and curiosity is so high.

According to the govt. the new 5G wireless standard is going to be commercially available in India in the year 2020. Talking about Jio 5G, the scene is going to take place much before in comparison to what govt. has exclaimed.

So, what’s special about 5G? I know this isn’t the only question in your mind. There are many more!

In this article, I will explain whatever you need to know about Jio 5G. I’ll explain the roadmap of Jio 5G and explain the demands.

Let’s begin this wonderful discussion.

Jio 5G: All That You Need To Know

Before getting deeper into the topic, let’s know the basic characteristics of Jio 5G. 5G is going to provide the users the higher-speed mobile broadband and will deliver unbelievable speeds of over one gigabyte per second. Besides that, it will support multiple devices simultaneously.

It’s undoubtedly a historic turn in the Internet world. 5G is targeting to supply internet to all electrical and electronic devices in the upcoming time. It will also change the working manner of household appliances.

Most importantly, private stakeholders are also happily becoming a part of this historical evolution.  Tata Teleservices, Tejas Networks along with some freshers have joined hands will Reliance. Reliance will get high manpower and equipment for 5G commencement from around, and undoubtedly, it is going to be very successful overall.

What’s About The Patents, advanced simulators, and IP ?

In just a year Reliance filed 54 patents! Till the date, a total of 100 patents have been filed by the research team in terms of this whole project. Acquiring of these patents is going to bring high advantages to the Indian industries on Global grounds.

10 patents out of these 100 have been granted till now. Jio has 100 Million plus subscribers, which all, as per user average consumes 10 GB a month, which is the max per capita mobile data usage in the whole world.

Furthermore, the research team is developing advanced simulators and IP that is going to be contributed to 5G standardization. The new indigenous IP is going to be generated. The royalty paid to the patent holder is 1/5 of the total expense of telecom equipment. So, we’re able to set our individual IP and attain cost-efficiency.

5G Development And Involvement

5G is not going to be limited to India for sure. It’s going to be a worldwide scene for sure. There is definitely going to be a high competition, and companies like Verizon, Orange, and Ericsson have already taken steps towards that. 5G trials have started taking place.

The news was there that Google and Samsung are looking forward for 5G trials. The government is also looking for setting up a testing platform for launching 5G trials.

5G ecosystem maturity in India

All people around are expecting high-level features from 5G. At the beginning of the year 2020, G services and 5G devices will be available in the market. In the current year, The operator ecosystem, which includes regulatory, spectrum, devices, infrastructure, and OEMs, isn’t ready for mass development.

You might be thing what all are the benefits of 5G, right? It will bring you luxuries like smart agriculture, facial recognition, connected public digital centers that support 3D printers and remote healthcare,  highly intelligent drone security, and connection remote-controlled vehicles. We are going to see devices which will be able o connect simultaneously both to 4G and 5G.

In the current date, several Indian companies are still involved in building their 4G network and further launching their VoLTE based voice network.

Right now, you’re able to access services like Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and HD video content at exceptionally affordable rates. High higher availability of spectrum, the broadband prices are going to drop further down. India’s cost per Megahertz pop is higher in contrast to other markets. So, the operators feel it tough to sustain high-performance and high-quality broadband.

Most importantly, 5G is going to provide higher speed to the users in places which can’t be served by fiber. Still, the device ecosystem will keep maturing, and at the beginning of the year 2020, this ecosystem will show significant growth. Some reports say that intel and Qualcomm are going to showcase LTE and 5G devices right on 3.5 GHz band.

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