Jio expands its true 5G territory to Rajasthan on January 7, 2023

Three major cities of Rajasthan- Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur gets the true 5G services

2020 Covid-19 pandemic hits us and the world takes a turn around. Every aspect of our lives shifts online from education, and health, to sum up, our entire existence tames itself to the online world and we realize the importance of faster communication, the internet, and a lot more

The most anticipated 5G network finally made its debut in October 2022 in India and It is a literal race between several telecom companies to go ahead with their rollouts of 5G services across different cities in our nation. Jio has been on its toes since then and today Ashok Gehlot, the Chief Minister of Rajasthan at an inaugural ceremony announcing the rollout of Jio 5G services in three of its cities namely Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur.

Understanding the Stand Alone and Non-Stand Alone deployment in 5G by Jio

5G is the 5th generation mobile network which is the latest in mobile telecommunication technology. Jio is deploying the most advanced version of 5G, called Stand-Alone 5G, which has zero dependencies on our 4G network. With Stand-Alone 5G, Jio can deliver new and powerful services such as low latency connectivity, massive machine-to-machine communication, 5G voice, edge computing and network slicing, and the metaverse.

Jio is deploying the latest version of 5G, called Stand-Alone 5G, which has zero dependencies on our 4G network. With Stand-Alone 5G, Jio can deliver new and powerful services such as low latency connectivity, massive machine-to-machine communication, 5G voice, Edge computing and network slicing, and the metaverse. Other Indian operators are deploying a version of 5G, called non-Standalone 5G, which is essentially a 5G radio signal delivered over an existing 4G infrastructure and may not deliver a True-5G experience to its users.

(Information Source: https://www.jio.com/5g)

The Jiography series on https://www.jio.com/5g talks quite a lot about the benefits of having a faster network right from agriculture, reshaping education with 5G, redefining healthcare, and a lot more.

The three big Indian telecom companies- Jio, Airtel, and Vodafone were supposed to begin their rollout, but Jio and Airtel have taken the process in full swing and Vodafone is yet to begin.

 




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