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Maria Martinez, Cisco meets PM

In the midst of increasing coverage of 5G, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has started the exercise of 6G. He asked Cisco, the world-class networking company, to undertake research and development (R&D) on next-generation telecommunication technology to further empower millions of people. The company’s Chief Operating Officer Maria Martinez gave this information. Martinez disclosed the conversation he and other top company executives had with Prime Minister Modi last week about emerging technologies. He explained how these technologies can help the country in innovation and manufacturing.

PM asked to work on 6G
It was very exciting to meet the Prime Minister and other top leaders to see their great commitment to making India a global manufacturing and export hub for various technologies, Martinez said. 5G is a huge opportunity for us to do more – not only for the private sector but also for enterprises of all sizes at scale. He told that PM Modi asked him to work on 6G as after 5G the Prime Minister is already preparing its blueprint.

India’s plans detailed
We also talked about joint R&D on 6G, Martinez said. We are very excited to see 5G roll-out globally, including in India. We’re also very excited about 6G. PM Modi has already emphasized that the 6G initiative will create new opportunities for innovators, industries and startups. In March, he released a vision document detailing India’s plans to develop and launch 6G telecom services in a few years.

The company is looking at the rapid expansion of 5G
Cisco is also working with telecom operators in India to monetize personal 5G use cases as a service model. The company is looking at the rapid expansion of 5G. Telecom service providers Reliance Jio Infocomm and Bharti Airtel are rapidly rolling out 5G in cities and towns. The country aims to provide 5G connectivity to every nook and corner of the country by the end of this year. The Global Frontier

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