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India-made 4G, 5G technology stacks may go global during G20 meet

Plan remains a proposal at the moment, dependant on key developments in telecom space in 2023

The move will benefit companies as their cash requirement would come down. It will unblock the cash of telecom operators that they keep with banks to furnish bank guarantees.
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The government is keen on offering entire range of Made in India 4G and 5G equipments to other nations

Subhayan Chakraborty New Delhi
India’s plans to successfully offer its indigenously developed 4G and 5G technology (tech) stacks to the world would be discussed at the upcoming Group of 20 (G20) meetings, said officials on Thursday.

The government is keen on offering the entire range of sophisticated Made-in-India 4G and 5G equipment and associated technologies to other nations and showcasing the plan as part of its G20 discussions on the digital economy.

However, they clarified that the plan remains a proposal right now and is dependent on key developments that are yet to firm up.

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First Published: Jan 26 2023 | 8:28 PM IST

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