Reliance Jio gave this company the contract to build the 5G network

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Reliance Jio Chairman Akash Ambani said that Jio continuously invests in the latest network technologies to improve the user experience.

Finnish company Nokia said on Monday that it has received a contract to build a 5G network from Indian telecom company Reliance Jio. Let us tell you that Reliance Jio has launched a 5G network in some cities in India.

The company said that one of the largest 5G networks in the world will be prepared after an agreement is reached between the two parties in this regard, after which people will get better internet speed.

The company said that one of the largest 5G networks in the world will be prepared after an agreement is reached between the two parties in this regard, after which people will get better internet speed.

Under the agreement between Jio and Nokia, Nokia will supply equipment from its airscale portfolio, including base stations, high-capacity 5G massive MIMO (multiple input multiple output) antennas and remote radio heads (RRH).

Under the agreement between Jio and Nokia, Nokia will supply equipment from its air scale portfolio, including base stations, high-capacity 5G massive MIMO (multiple input multiple outputs) antennas, and remote radio heads (RRH).

 These devices support different spectrum bands and self-organizing network software. Reliance Jio is planning to build a 5G network that will work alongside its 4G network.

These devices support different spectrum bands and self-organizing network software. Reliance Jio is planning to build a 5G network that will work alongside its 4G network.

 In a statement, Nokia said it has been awarded a multi-year contract by Reliance Jio to supply 5G radio access network (RAN) equipment from its vast airscale portfolio across the country. Nokia President and CEO Pekka Lundmark called the deal an important win. Input language.

In a statement, Nokia said it has been awarded a multi-year contract by Reliance Jio to supply 5G radio access network (RAN) equipment from its vast air scale portfolio across the country. Nokia President and CEO Pekka Lundmark called the deal an important win. Input language.

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