In a move that bolsters India’s stance in the next-gen tech space, Nokia has unveiled its 6G Lab in Bangalore. This cutting-edge facility aims to accelerate the creation of 6G-driven technologies and applications tailored to tomorrow’s societal and industrial demands.
Why it matters? The digital launch event saw participation from Ashwini Vaishnaw, India’s Minister of Railways, Communications, Electronics & IT. This initiative by Nokia resonates with the ‘Bharat 6G Vision’ championed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, positioning India as a key player in the global 6G landscape.
A standout project within the Lab delves into the ‘Network as a Sensor’ concept. Imagine networks detecting objects and movements without needing embedded sensors. As we step into the 6G era, such innovations promise to blur the lines between our digital and tangible realities.
Nokia, already a global frontrunner in 6G evolution, aligns its efforts with international projects like the European 6G Flagship and the Next G Alliance in North America.
Nishant Batra, Nokia’s Chief Strategy and Technology Officer, expressed the company’s enthusiasm, stating, “Nokia is thrilled to bolster India’s ‘Bharat 6G vision’. Our goal is to position India as a dominant force in 6G tech, both as a developer and a global supplier.”
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