India and America will work together on 6G connectivity, MOU signed

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6G Connectivity: Just as India has expanded the 5G network rapidly, the government wants to work on 6G at the same speed. In this regard, an important partnership has been signed in the telecommunication sector between India and America in the G20 Summit. Actually, both the countries will work together on 6G and how the technology can be put to best use will be considered. For this, Next G Alliance of Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) and Bharat 6G Alliance have signed an MOU.

What is Next G Alliance?

The NextG Alliance 6G is an initiative launched by ATIS to advance North American wireless technology leadership over the next decade through private sector-led efforts with an initial focus on 6G. Many American companies are included in this alliance. The India 6G Alliance is an initiative of Indian industry, academia, national research institutes and standards organizations that aims to design, develop and deploy technology and innovations in line with the India 6G mission to provide high quality and secure internet to citizens in India and around the world. Can provide life experience.

The India 6G Alliance aims to inter alia foster an ecosystem for research, design, development, IPR creation, field testing, security, certification and manufacturing for telecom products and solutions. The MoU between the two organizations was signed by Susan Miller, President and CEO of ATIS, and NG Subramaniam, President of India 6G Alliance.

Let us tell you, today is the last day of the G20 summit. Today’s theme is One Future and today India will also hand over the responsibility of presidency of G20 to Brazil in 2024. Before the start of the session, top leaders from all over the world are reaching Rajghat, the tomb of Mahatma Gandhi, where all the leaders will pay floral tributes.

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