US-based tech big CISCO has teamed up with India’s state-run BSNL to develop 5G use instances and showcase 5G Telecom networks’ capabilities and utility in numerous public services. CISCO has signed two agreements with Niti Aayog and Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) to assist enhance collaboration and connectivity throughout all 100 Atal Incubation Centers and to develop fifth Technology (5G) Technology-based use instances. CISCO will make investments as a part of its second part of its ‘country digital acceleration’ program.
CISCO will set up a devoted location for BSNL to showcase possibilities of 5G use instances to resolve issues confronted by residents in areas like healthcare, agriculture and schooling. For this objective, it is going to use the applied sciences like synthetic intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT) and surveillance.
On the opposite facet, as per the pact with Niti Aayog, CISCO – which makes networking Telecommunications gear – will use its conferencing platforms corresponding to Webex Teams and Cisco Webex Board to assist bolstering connectivity and collaboration throughout all Atal Incubation Centers. The tech main may also join all these facilities with its incubation and innovation facilities around the globe in order to allow entrepreneurs in the nation to innovate, construct Companies and go world with digital options.
Niti Aayog’s Atal Innovation Mission is the flagship initiative of the federal government to promote a tradition of entrepreneurship and innovation, and create an umbrella construction for innovation ecosystem of the nation.
CISCO’s CEO Chuck Robbins additionally met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday throughout his three-day go to to India. After Meeting with Robbins, Narendra Modi stated in a tweet, “Had a wonderful meeting with Mr Chuck Robbins, Chairman and CEO of Cisco. We discussed various aspects relating to Technology as well as innovation.”
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 13, 2018
In India, CISCO has up to now made 25 strategic investments in growth-stage firms and invested about $100 million in the primary part of its CDA programme.