At the Reliance 44th AGM 2021 event, Reliance Chairman Mukesh Ambani announced that Reliance Jio, together with partners, has successfully tested its 5G solutions in India. It will provide a speed of over 1 GBPS.
Mukesh Ambani outlined the company’s 5G rollout plans and promised that Jio would be the first company to bring 5G service to India. He added that once 5G solutions get proved at India-scale, the company will ready to export Jio 5G solutions to other telecom operators globally.
Additionally, he said that Jio will use Google Cloud to power Jio’s 5G solutions in the future and also powering Reliance Retail, JioMart, JioSaavn, and JioHealth.
In collaboration with Google, the company will launch its new JioPhone. The phone will go on sale from September 10 in India and will run an optimized version of Android, which has been jointly developed by Reliance Jio and Google.
At Annual General Meeting Ambani says that the company is working on a 2G mukt, and 5G yukt, India, or 2G-free, and 5G-enabled. He also talked about the growth of its relatively new JioFiber broadband service
Reliance also announced that JioFiber has now 3 million active users. It is available in almost 100 cities.
Jio and Google Cloud are also partnering on 5G as well. As part of this collaboration, Jio will shift its retail business to Google Cloud business as well.
The company is working on developing many helpful apps like healthcare, education, entertainment, and retail. It is developing a new connected ambulance, in partnership with Hiranandani Reliance Foundation Hospital.
The connected ambulance will incorporate features like remote doctor access, real-time hi-fidelity telemedicine, with the aim to make the ambulance a virtual hospital emergency room while on the move.
Jio is also working with Reliance Foundation Schools to develop immersive and interactive AR and VR content for students and classrooms to make the learning process more eventful.
Taking about that Achievements, Ambani said that Reliance Jio is the world’s second-largest data carrier that manages to handle 630 crores GB of data traffic every month
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