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INDIA EYES 6G!
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday unveiled Bharat’s 6G Vision Document and inaugurated the new International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Area office and Innovation Centre. At the event, PM also launched the 6G R&D Test Bed and the ‘Call before u dig’ App.
PM Narendra Modi also assertained in the event that “telecom technology is empowering our citizens in India”. Noting that India has seen a rapid surge in the number of internet users in rural areas in recent years, he said “it shows the power of Digital India.”
ITU is the United Nations’ specialised agency for information and communication technologies (ICTs). Headquartered in Geneva, it has a network of field offices, regional Offices and area offices.