After the India’s largest telecom network operator Airtel joined hands with Nokia to prepare for the next generation of 5G connectivity and Internet of Things (IoT) in India. Now, BSNL and Nokia will work jointly to make 5G a reality in India.
After Airtel, Now BSNL Teams Up With Nokia To Make 5G A Reality In India
Recently, we told that Airtel, which is India’s largest telecom network operator had joined hands with the Finnish company Nokia to prepare for the next generation of 5G connectivity and Internet of Things (IoT) in India.
Well, as both will work jointly to make 5G a reality in India, the Finnish company Nokia will be helping the telecom company Airtel to strengthen their existing 4G networks in terms of efficiency, and cost effectiveness. However, the Finnish company Nokia will simply make sure that Airtel is ready for 5G.
But, hold on let me clear one thing that if you are an Airtel user then simply don’t expect the 5G services from the Finnish company Nokia anytime soon. As the expected time for the launch of 5G connectivity is around the year 2020.
What now if I say that BSNL is also there?
Yes, many of you might be thinking that right now I am talking about Airtel and now suddenly I am talking about BSNL! So, let me clear your doubts, just after joining the hands with Bharti Airtel, the equipment maker Finnish company Nokia has now collaborated with the Government telecom company BSNL as well simply to launch 5G services in India.
According to the agreement with BSNL, the Finnish company Nokia stated that “it will help the Government telecom company BSNL with its 5G end-to-end solution and not only that even the Finnish company Nokia will also use its AirScale radio access portfolio and AirFrame data center platform for extreme broadband and ultra-reliability and low-latency communication”.
Moreover, the head of the Finnish company Nokia’s Indian Market Sanjay Malik said that “the company will simply support with their 5G-ready commodities that will simply allow the Government telecom company BSNL to emerge their 4G network into 5G”.
Later, Nokia’s Indian Market Sanjay Malik said also added that “after the successful alliance with the Bharti Airtel for 2G, 3G, and 4G technologies, we are really gratified to partner to prepare for the future of mobile networks”.
However, it will be worth to see how the telecom operators in India are planning the next generation of communications (5G). So, what do you think about this alliance and 5G? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.