India's Reliance Jio develops in-house 5G tech

India's Reliance Jio develops in-house 5G tech

India's Reliance Jio, a disruptive telco in the country, has developed in-house end-to-end 5G Technology, reports Economic Times.

The newly developed 5G tech helps in reducing costs and reduce dependence on foreign vendors. The company has replaced Nokia's and Oracle's 4G voice technology with its own tech, notes the report.

Executive Opinion

The Economic Times report noted a statement from Jio's executive who was note named, stated, "We are more scalable than these vendors and are fully automated since we have our own cloud-native platform. In 5G, we will totally be self-sufficient. We can give the design, layouts and board support packages to third-party manufacturers to have our gear made."

He further added, "Our own technology will help us commercially as well as offer flexibility. We can customise use cases and tailor it to India-specific needs. Broadband and voice will be the baseline of our technology."

Jio's 5G Technology

Jio has designed its own hardware for the 5G technology, which could be made in India
Once 5G trials are successful, it would be possible to manufacture the hardware in the country for Jio's 5G technology.

Thus it is possible for Jio to use its tech for security and surveillance using drones, industrial internet of things and digitisation in the agriculture sector. The company has delivered the presentation of its 5G technology and its use-cases to government authorities.

The company has also sought approval from the DoT (Department of Telecommunications), Government of India to conduct 5G trials, report the report.

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