The Indian telecom industry is getting ready to jump to the next generation of 5G technology, which will herald the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, etc. But is the existing workforce skilled enough to manage the future networks? That’s a big question.
India will require as much as 22 million skilled labor by 2025 as the country moves towards 5G. India has the largest pool of human resources on the planet and an adaptation of education and training is the ideal driving force required to bridge the skills gap.
The telecommunications sector currently employs almost 4 million workers, with close to 60% of the direct workforce employed by telecommunications service providers. And to manage the networks of the future, retraining / retraining will be required to a greater extent as the systems move away from traditional networks to more digitalized ones.
But despite no live 5G network in India, shipping of 5G smartphones continues to rise, accounting for 22 percent market share in the third quarter of 2021.
Across price levels, 5G smartphone shipments are gaining more and more strength and contributing to increased affordability, availability and availability. Vivo led the 5G smartphone segment with a market share of 18 percent, followed by Samsung with 16 percent. However, the ongoing supply constraints, high components and logistics costs and the consequent high retail costs will challenge smartphone brands in the coming quarter. Mac Pro Tricks