5G All Set To Transform How Telcos Earn Revenue: Cisco

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  • There is a good chance that 5G will transform the agriculture sector in India
  • To bring 5G faster to the country, the government will have to make it viable for telecom operators to offer its services
  • Telcos will have to embrace the transformation of its IP network and data centre network
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According to a recent report by IANS, a top executive of CISCO said that 5G is all set to transform the way how telcos earn their revenue in India.

Sanjay Kaul, head of the Asia Pacific and Japan, Service Provider Business, Cisco told IANS that in the 5G era, telcos will earn 70 per cent of their net revenue from enterprises. He further stated that right now, only 30 per cent of their revenue comes from enterprises, while the rest comes from consumers.

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He told the news daily that there is a good chance that 5G will transform the agriculture sector in India. For example, 5G may enable driverless tractors. The major impediment to driverless cars has been the lack of proper infrastructure. But with driverless tractors, you do not need proper lanes as chances of accidents in fields will be less.

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He also highlighted that to bring 5G faster to the country, the government will have to make it viable for telecom operators to offer its services. It will have to reduce the prices of the spectrum, increase fiberisation. Telcos will have to embrace the transformation of its IP network and data centre network.

Earlier this year, Bharti Airtel and Cisco announced that they have entered into a strategic partnership to provide advanced networking and connectivity solutions to SMB and enterprise customers in India.

 

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