In an attempt to explore state-of-the-art technologies with the rest of the country, Pakistani Technology Minister Aminul Haq declared that the government would launch 5G cellular technology by December 2021.
In a tweet, the IT Minister said that the government is taking aggressive action to create the new service in Pakistan and will ensure that it can be completed by the end of this year.
The start of the 5G trial will begin at the hospital in Islamabad, and Zong, a Chinese telecommunications firm, will support the government in this matter, he added. However, prior to this move, the government must link Islamabad, Karachi and Gwadar to a fiber optic network, he added.
In addition, the IT Ministry has set up a parliamentary committee for tenders for the 5G operation. The Board has members from all stakeholders: telephone providers and the Frequency Distribution Committee.
The Committee is actively finding a foreign consultant to auction 5G licenses, followed by a procurement process, pre-prices and other requirements.
Pakistan successfully tested the 5G network of the world in August 2019. “Zong was the first operator in Pakistan to successfully conduct a 5G trial and this is another milestone for the company,” said Wang Hua, president and CEO of Zong.
The Khaleej Times estimated that 5G coverage in Pakistan would be one hundred times faster than current standards, although the network would be ten times faster than the country’s existing broadband connections. “The speed of the 5G home router is recorded at 4 gigabytes per second, which means it can download a 50GB file in just two minutes,” the study continues.
But the journey to 5G is not an easy one, and Pakistan still has a long way to go to meet the landmark. For eg, the United States only covers 5G in 25 cities, while only 50 cities in China cover 5G. “Also, the type of 5G available for today is something of an acceleration over 4G, rather than full 5G services,” notes Benefit magazine.
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4G and 3G are so mature and innovative that most addicts are familiar with the modern way of connectivity. The current idea of 5G technology is that it would be quicker and more reliable for video streaming and higher transfer and download rates. However, this new technology has other consequences, including technological differences and future delivery criteria, which would have an impact not just on telecommunications but also on other facets of our culture.
Pakistani Technology Minister Aminul Haq declared that the government would launch 5G cellular technology by December 2021 in order to keep pace with the rest of the world in the development of technology.
According to reports, the IT Minister claimed in a statement that the government is taking successful measures to implement 5G technology in Pakistan and will ensure that this can be achieved by the end of next year, i.e. It’s December 2021.
In addition, the IT Ministry has set up a parliamentary committee for tenders for the 5G operation. The Board shall include members of all involved parties, including telephone providers and the Frequency Allocation Committee. The Committee is actively finding a foreign consultant to auction 5G licenses, followed by a procurement process, pre-prices and other requirements.
The 5G coverage in Pakistan will be 100 times faster than its current size, while the network will be 10 times faster than the existing broadband connections available in the region. According to numerous studies and study, the recorded speed of the 5G home router is around 4 gigabytes per second, which means that a 50GB file can be downloaded in 2 minutes and a 100GB file can be downloaded in just three and a half minutes.
The path has started to evolve from 3G and 4G to 5G and up, but it will be one of the longest journeys to go, as metamorphosis is not child’s play, and Pakistan has a long way to go to rock. The United Mile only involves 5G in 25 cities, while China has only 50 cities.