Technological innovations with 5G will redefine the future of telecommunications in India and open up many opportunities in sectors such as healthcare, education, fintech, e-commerce and entertainment, according to a CII-Deloitte report.
Private networks are expected to experience huge demand from businesses in the near future, especially due to the requirement for high-speed connectivity and security in the operating environment, he said.
Technological innovations with 5G will redefine the future of telecommunications in India, while the merger of telecommunications services with upcoming industries and technology catalysts (IoT, 5G and private networks) will reorient the industry from a “service provider”. to a service facilitator, “said a statement, citing the report’s key takeaways.
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The report ‘Digital reset – reaching a billion Indianslaunched by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP (DTTILLP), together with CII, highlights the role of 5G technology as a key enabler and contributor to business success and to make life easier for the common man.
The report highlights a plethora of opportunities that would open up for major industries, such as healthcare, education, fintech, e-commerce and entertainment, based on a digital business model supported by telecommunications operators.
Peeyush Vaish, Telecom Partner and Industry Leader, DTTILLP, said, “Deployment of broadband through 5G and satellite broadband will see the convergence of the telecommunications ecosystem and significantly affect the lives of a billion people. ‘Indians.
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It will pave the way for bridging the urban-rural divide between sectors including banking, health and education, Vaish said. “Given the potential and impact, it is time for the government to create a separate cabinet led by a cabinet minister on ‘digital transformation’ that will work cohesively with various government agencies and the private sector ecosystem. to promote digital adoption in India, ”he added. version added.
Commenting on the launch of the report, Umang Das, chairman of CII Telecom Convergence Summit 2021, noted that the telecommunications industry is on the verge of transformation.
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