Jio-Qualcomm achieves successful testing of 5G speed of 1Gbps

Jio-Qualcomm achieves successful testing of 5G speed of 1Gbps

India’s telcom giant Reliance Jio and US-based Qualcomm will jointly make homegrown technology-based 5G mobile internet available in India. This will allow India to join exclusive clubs in countries that provide users with superfast 1 Gbps speed.

Jio has teamed up with Qualcomm to do successful testing of its 5G technology. The announcement of Jio-Qualcomm tie up was made at a virtual event in San Diego, U.S.A.

During the Qualcomm 5G summit, Reliance Jio President Matthew Omen said qualcomm and Jio are working together on 5G technology to launch it in India soon.

The partnership is based on Reliance industries chairman Mukesh Ambani’s commitment. He announced in July that Jio Made-in-India is developing 5G technology.

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The two companies have also reported that they have also achieved a speed of 1 Gbps on Jio’s 5G solution with the help of a Qualcomm platform. This means that it will allow a movie with a 1GB file size to be downloaded in just one second. The partnership also includes Geo’s U.S. subsidiary Rediss Corporation.

Jio’s 5G technology will be completely indigenous. For this, Jio has developed a homegrown 5G Radio Access Network (RAN) which is perfect for delivering ultra high speed output. It has been tested in the US.

Having indigenous networks will not require India to rely on Chinese companies such as Huawei and ZTE for equipment. It will also avoid any possible security threat to national infrastructure.

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Jim Russell

Jio should work on quality connectivity. They have poor networks and net speed is low.