Department of Telecommunications has launched the Bharat 5G Portal, which will be beneficial for 6G and IPR research
Bharat 5G Portal: The Bharat 5G Portal was introduced by the Department of Telecommunications. The Bharat 5G Portal was introduced by Department of Telecommunications Secretary Dr. Neeraj Mittal. The Bharat Telecom programme (Bharat Telecom 2024) saw the launch of this portal. Following the portal's launch, 6G research and quantum intellectual property rights will receive assistance. This gateway will serve as a one-stop shop.
The India 5G Portal was introduced by the Department of Telecommunications. The Bharat 5G Portal was introduced by Department of Telecommunications Secretary Dr. Neeraj Mittal.
The Bharat Telecom programme (Bharat Telecom 2024) saw the launch of this portal. There will be assistance with 6G research, quantum, and intellectual property rights after this portal launches.
To put it simply, the Bharat 5G portal will serve as a one-stop shop for projects involving quantum, IP, 5G, and 6G investigations.
In association with PANIIT USA, this also includes the Future Tech-Experts Registration Portal. This portal aims to support the Indian telecom ecosystem in realising India's vision of self-reliance.
This portal's goal is to raise awareness of India's 5G capabilities and encourage innovation, teamwork, and knowledge exchange in the telecom industry.
Additionally, steps have been taken to support newly established telecommunications companies. The meeting between potential investors and startup companies was opened by Dr. Neeraj Mittal, Secretary of the Department of Telecommunications.
'Bridging Dreams and Funding: Connecting Venture Capital/Investors with the Future of Startups' was the meeting title. At this meeting, over ten investors and capitalists took part.
During the session, 26 startup companies showcased their telecom offerings.
Secretary of the Department of Telecommunications, Dr. Neeraj Mittal said that every country in the world wants to support India regarding 5G and 6G technology.
This is because the world has considered India a reliable partner. There are currently one lakh startups in India. In such a situation, this is a big opportunity for countries around the world to support India.