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Cisco is looking forward to work with Indian telecom carriers to boost their 5G efforts

Cisco is looking forward to work with Indian telecom carriers to boost their 5G efforts

A top executive from Cisco has stated that 5G technology is highly potent in India when compared to other most-advanced countries. Cisco, the US-based firm, has revealed that it will continue to partner with Indian telecom companies to bring affordable data services. The value of the Indian 5G techs is high because it has the opportunity to jump into the smart infrastructures directly. The transition is smooth, so the delivery can also be cost-effective. Suzuki’s executive team believes that in order to harness the 5G’s power for scaling partnerships would be very crucial. To significantly boost the country’s broadband index and deliver the most affordable services for people, Cisco is working aggressively with India’s biggest telecom operators Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio.

Mukesh Ambani, India’s richest man and owner of Reliance Jio, insisted that the partnership with Cisco is all set to deliver a one of its kind 5G network and create an ecosystem for various devices and networks deliver content at affordable cost and completely transform the digital services space. Airtel and Jio are pushing their limits to accelerate their networks and soon launch the 5G services commercially. This move was followed swiftly after the auction conducted for the airwaves spectrum

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