Reliance Jio and Samsung are showcasing real-world use cases of 5G and LTE at the ongoing India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2019. The two companies are showcasing 5G use cases for Digital India and 4G Use Cases for Public Safety Communications.
Australia’s Ambassador for Cyber Affairs Dr. Tobias Feakin, who is in New Delhi for his this round of official conversations with the Indian government on shared problems and opportunities in the cyber space, said the Australian position on 5G was “vendor agnostic, and country agnostic”.
In May, the Chinese commerce ministry had stated that Beijing was preparing an “unreliable entity list” that will include organisations that block supplies to Chinese companies for non-commercial reasons or otherwise damage their interests.
While India is yet to take a stand on whether or not to allow Huawei in 5G trials, officials at the telecom department have indicated that a decision will be taken in consultation with the ministries of home affairs and external affairs.
The issue of 5G has dominated the discourse, and was one of the talking points between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump, on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Osaka on June 28.
In a US court filing late on Tuesday, the South Korean firm opposed Qualcomm's efforts to put a sweeping US antitrust decision against it on hold, arguing setting the ruling aside could force it into signing another unfair deal.