5G service is coming to India without Chinese technology, BSNL did not get the opportunity again

5G service is coming to India without Chinese technology, BSNL did not get the opportunity again. The country's telecom service is on the way to...

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

/ by Avishek Bera


The News Cover: The country's telecom service is on the way to further development. 5G is coming. The Ministry of Telecom gave the green signal to start the trial of this service. Bharti Airtel, Reliance Jio Infocomm Jio, Vodafone Idea and MTNL have been asked to prepare for the trial in rural, mobsball and urban areas. Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung, C-Dot and Reliance Jio's native technology will be used to start this trial. As a result, the Indian government wants to launch 5G without Chinese technology.

However, state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) was not included in the 5G trial list despite the omission of Chinese technology. Thus, 4G spectrum was not given to BSNL. So BSNL has gone to the back row in the race for customer demand. Politics allegations have been leveled against the central government over the issue. It is alleged that BSNL is being dragged from behind to give unethical benefits to private companies. Even the condition of the company is such that the employees have not been paid for a long time. But many people thought that even if they don't get the opportunity of 4G service, maybe BSNL will be able to turn around again with the help of 5G. But for now, that possibility is also in the left bank.

Meanwhile, a proposal initially submitted by Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea called for technical assistance from Chinese company Huawei. But later Huawei's name was removed from the proposal on behalf of the two companies. Instead, companies like Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung and C-Dot are said to be in cahoots. On the other hand, Reliance Geoinfocom has said that it will start the trial with their own technology.

Earlier, it was said that the use of Chinese technology in telecommunications could endanger its internal security. However, that possibility was ruled out by Chinese companies. However, this time the Indian government is determined to prevent Chinese intrusion into 5G technology. According to the Department of Telecommunications, 6 months have been given for the trial. The first 2 months were spent collecting equipment and setting up. However, it is not known when 5G service will be fully available in the country.

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