PM Modi Launched An Indigenous 5G Testbed

PM Modi launched an indigenous 5G testbed and said – this is an important step toward self-reliance: TRAI Silver Jubilee.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing the Silver Jubilee Celebrations of the Telecom Regulatory Authority (TRAI).

Modi also launched 5G testbeds, developed as a multi-institution collaborative project by a total of eight institutions led by IIT Madras, through video conferencing.

The PM has also released a postage stamp on the occasion.

PM Modi congratulates TRAI’s Silver Jubilee. Modi said that it is a happy coincidence that today your organization has completed 25 years.

The country is working on the roadmap for the next 25 years in the nectar of independence. I got a chance to dedicate indigenous 5G testbeds to the country a while back.

This is an important step toward self-reliance on critical and modern technology in the telecom sector.

PM Modi launched an indigenous 5G testbed: Development of the project is done at a cost of more than 220 crores.

Other institutions participating in the project include IIT Delhi, IIT Hyderabad, IIT Bombay, IIT Kanpur, IISc Bangalore, SAMEER, and the Center of Excellence in Wireless Technology (CEWiT).

The press release said the project has been prepared at a cost of over Rs 220 crore.

The testbed will enable a supportive ecosystem for Indian industry and startups to help them validate their products, prototypes, solutions, and algorithms in 5G and next-generation technologies.

TRAI was established in 1997.

It is worth mentioning that TRAI was established in 1997 through the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act, 1997.

It was established to control telecommunications. Dr. PD Vaghela is the current Chairman of TRAI.

16 May 2014: 8 years ago, on this day, BJP got a historic victory under the leadership of Narendra Modi.

By the afternoon of May 16, 2014, it became clear that the BJP was on the verge of a historic victory, and the Congress, which had ruled the country for the longest time, was on its way to its worst defeat.

At that time, in a tweet, Narendra Modi, the prime ministerial candidate from BJP, had told India that ‘achche din’ would come, describing it as the victory of India.

On May 16, 2014, when BJP got the majority for the first time, Narendra Modi tweeted and wrote, ‘India has won. India’s victory. Good days are ahead.’

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