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BSNL and Nokia to Sign MoU for 5G and Applications of IoT

BSNL and Nokia to Sign MoU for 5G and Applications of IoT

We are already using 4G technology. The future development involves the successful application of using 5G technology. After this 4G, the future of telecommunication depends upon 5G as well as Internet of Things, i.e. IoT. In this era of Digital India, we need to develop Smart cities. The development of 5G and IoT applications will further accelerate the goal to develop Smart cities. Nokia and BSNL are the two famous telecommunication giants in the Indian market. They have signed a partnership recently. This partnership deals together to collaborate new product launches. It also deals in IoT segments as well as 5G technology concepts and its development.

  • Memorandum of Understanding Between BSNL and Nokia:

The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd, known as BSNL has signed the MoU, i.e. the memorandum of understanding with Nokia. This deals with the areas of applications of 5G technology and Internet of Things. According to Anupam Shrivastava, the chairman of BSNL, this MoU will definitely help BSNL to draw a system in order to move from the present system to the upcoming modern technology. This MoU was signed at the Mobile World Congress. It deals with key collaboration for smooth system advancement. It also deals to switch from 4G to 5G network, without many hassles.

  • How Will This MoU Help In Network Evolution?

This MoU deals with the IoT applications that will meet the exponential growing demands of all the people as well as devices that are connected. It will make sure that slow speed must not cause an obstacle to the development process. The settlement additionally includes various shared workshops to characterize a phased procedure for network advancement and change. It also gives suggestions on business, innovation and operations. Nokia will likewise work with BSNL by sharing 5G innovation ideas. It will also share details about new item dispatched and advancements accessible in the general population space that show conceivable outcomes of 5G, and IoT for the Indian market.

 

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