The pandemic changed the world dramatically. Thanks to its digital infrastructure, India’s industry drove significant transformation across all sectors, particularly in retail, e-commerce, education and healthcare. Significant surges in network traffic notwithstanding, telecom networks functioned normally. Almost overnight, many industries switched to remote, touchless operations. This wouldn’t have been possible without reliable pan-India telecom networks.
Today, COVID-19 is accelerating digital transformation across Indian industries. Here, 5G Networks will remain pivotal in making India a digital economy, exerting enormous impact on wireless technologies, including enabling MEC (Mobile Edge Computing) and network slicing.
In future, 5G Networks will drive lower latency, making 5G more powerful. Latency refers to the delay or extra time taken for data to reach its destination across networks.