Reliance Jio its own 5G solutions designed and developed a complete 5G solution. Using 100% home-grown technologies that will allow it to launch 5G service in India.
The move is maybe a worldwide first. Where a cell phone organization has created in-house innovation to supplant outsider hardware sellers.
“This Made-in-India 5G solution will be ready for trials as soon as 5G spectrum is available and can be ready for field deployment next year.” Mukesh Ambani, Chairman of Reliance Industries, said in a speech at the company’s annual shareholders meeting Wednesday. Held virtually. “Because of Jio’s converged, all-IP network architecture, we can easily upgrade our 4G network to 5G.”
It was a discussion inside the industry that Reliance Jio’s plan to develop its own 5G solution soon.
The Telco also aims to become an “exporter of 5G solutions to other telecom operators globally.” As a complete managed service after its technology is proven in India at scale.
“Jio Platforms is conceived with this vision of developing an original, captive intellectual property using which we can demonstrate the transformative power of technology across multiple Industry ecosystems … First in India… And then confidently offering these Made-in-India solutions to the rest of the world,” Mukesh Ambani said.
The 5G spectrum auctions are yet to take place in India. India has delayed a planned 5G spectrum auction until 2021. Due to the unavailability of use cases and unclear spectrum roadmap.
Reliance Jio its own 5G solutions is aimed at reducing dependence on foreign vendors under PMs “Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan”. Bring cost-related advantages.
Rancore innovations, prior to an auxiliary of Reliance Industries Limited were converged with Jio. The securing of Radisys further expands upon its 5G and IoT innovation capacity.
These acquisitions accelerated Jio’s in-house development capabilities around open source technologies. NFV adoption, paving way for the development of IoT platforms and applications.
Having developed Reliance Jio its own 5G solutions would be able to bring a wide array of use cases. Like security and surveillance using drones, industrial IoT, and digitization in the agriculture sector.
The Telco recently informed the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) and sought its approval to conduct 5G trials based on its own technology. It had previously given a separate presentation to the DoT to explain its technology and possible use cases.
Reliance Jio had also submitted separate applications for 5G field trials. It plans to preliminary 5G innovation. Works on use cases with all telecom gear merchants, including Samsung, Nokia, Ericsson, Huawei, and ZTE.
Vodafone Idea and Airtel too had presented their recommendations together with Ericsson, Nokia, and Chinese mammoth Huawei.