In ten years, India should be ready to introduce 6G services, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi claims that 5G technology will boost India's economy by $450 billion over the next 15 years. He also stated that India should be prepared to launch 6G services within the next ten years, a task force for which has already begun its work.
"5G will bring $450 billion to the Indian economy," Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated at a function commemorating the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India's (TRAI) 25th anniversary on Tuesday. Not only will 5G enhance Internet speed, but it will also hasten economic development and job creation. We should be able to offer 6G services before the end of this decade, and our task force has begun working on it."
Modi also stated that, unlike the 2G era, which was defined by "corruption and policy paralysis," the country had "transparently" progressed to 4G and now 5G. He went on to say that India's mobile manufacturing units have grown from two to over 200, and that the country is now "the world's largest mobile manufacturing hub."
PM Modi also unveiled an indigenous 5G test bed that was constructed as a multi-institute collaboration effort led by IIT Madras. The telecom industry, entrepreneurs, and researchers can use the test bed to validate their 5G prototypes.