Reliance Jio Infocomm and Samsung Electronics showcased 5G and 4G use cases at the India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2019 in Delhi.
Jio has already built the world’s largest IP based 4G LTE network, which supports over 340 million LTE subscribers as of August 2019.
Jio and Samsung presented new business opportunities using 5G NSA mode, with advanced 4G LTE and 5G technology used in combination as a dual-connected mode network – aiming for additional revenue from consumers and enterprises.
Mathew Oommen, president of Reliance Jio Infocomm, said: “Jio, working closely with key partners like Samsung, will ensure that we continue to help India leapfrog traditional technologies by advancing the existing 4G all-IP infrastructure and leverage fiber, 5G, and IoT ecosystems towards a digital infrastructure platform.”
Paul Kyungwhoon Cheun, head of Networks Business at Samsung Electronics, said Samsung and Jio will continue to join forces in bringing next generation innovation across the country, harnessing the potential of 5G.
Samsung will feature 5G products, including its 3.5GHz solution for 5G Massive MIMO Unit (MMU), its 28GHz Access Unit (AU) and CPE device, its virtualized radio access (vRAN) and core, and 5G mobile devices.
Jio’s 5G demonstrations include virtual classroom that allows attendees to watch 360-degree virtual lecture taken from a classroom in Jio’s Reliance Corporate Park (RCP) in Mumbai.
Jio is also showcasing Massive Full High-Definition (HD) Content Streaming that shows FHD video streaming on Samsung Galaxy S10 5G simultaneously and 4K video streaming using multiple 5G tablets.