Reliance Jio and Qualcomm have announced that they have aligned efforts to 5G to quickly build. Launch the Indian 5 G network infrastructure and services. Leveraging the technology of Qualcomm, Jio has created an indigenously high-speed product called the 5G RAN product. It has already been tested by an American Tier1 carrier, said Reliance Jio Infocomm President Matthiew Oommen.
This recent move marks Jio and India’s entry into the 5 G product club. At present, only a few countries, such as the United States, South Korea, Australia, Switzerland and Germany, will view one Gbps of 5 G customer speeds. Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and Reliance Jio Platforms and its wholly-owned subsidiary Radisys Corporation. It has reported expanded efforts to build 5 G solutions focused on a virtualized RAN that comply with the open and interoperable interface, said Qualcomm.
Jio and Qualcomm
Reliance Industries reported earlier this year that Qualcomm Venture’s 0.15% holding in Jio Platforms for ±730 Crore will be acquired. The subscription sum for the contract has been received recently and the equities have been distributed.
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Companies have no schedule as to when the 5 G launch in India would be planned. Qualcomm platforms provide support for many infrastructures. It is including macro base stations, MIMOs, small cells, amongst others, as requested by the company. The Sub6GHz and mmWave Spectrum provides support for all major frequency bands as well. “Qualcomm Technologies aims to provide state-of-the-art technology for 5 G virtualized, scalable and interoperable networks worldwide.
Hopefully, extend our efforts with Reliance Jio to allow versatile and scalable 5 G RAN deployments. Ecosystem partnerships like this have a key role to play in enabling operators. The vertical industries to add 5 G network coverage. The capacity fast and easily whenever and where most needs are made.