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Airtel 5G: Stimulating Digital Revolution in the Indian Education Sector

Digital transformation is the new normal and is the bridge that connects the present with the future. In the present world, there is absolutely no platform where technology is not used, tracked, and developed. Technological advancements, especially around AI, IoT, etc., are empowering this transformation and are making the world a seamlessly connected village. Now, it can be rightly said that a perfect amalgamation of strategy and technology drives digital transformation. So, let’s enter the world of 5G! A technology that seeks to provide seamless coverage, high data rate, low latency, and highly reliable communications system to bring futuristic connectivity at your fingertips, empowering the underlying technologies.

Revolutioning Education

Telecommunication pioneer, Airtel, has always been at the forefront when it comes to aiding the country’s journey to become a digital-first economy, thanks to their powerful network that ensures swift and seamless connectivity. Asia’s largest technology festival i.e. India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2022 experienced the magic of Airtel. This telecom giant had put forth an impressive exhibition of the power of 5G in combination with existing technologies like AI, IoT, Cloud, AR/VR, and robotics to reimagine the possibilities of digital India. Airtel’s 5G technology can help bring positive transformations in various spheres of businesses and industries. Airtel has entered significant partnerships with several leading technology providers to join forces on this journey.

Healthcare, Education, Smart farming, Manufacturing, Mobility, Gaming, Sports and Entertainment,Connectivity, Data Center, Logistics, 5GConnected Car, etc. are some of the many sectors that are surely going to see a revolutionizing transformation courtesy of the high-speed and low latency of the Airtel 5G network. Advertisement, Gaming, Mobility, Workforce Collaboration, Disaster Management, Banking, and Surveillance are other areas where Airtel 5G Plus will make a significant impact. Nxtra by Airtel, thelargest platform of data centres with 12 large and 120 edge data centres across the country, was also presented by Airtel at IMC. Nxtraby Airtel provides users with an unparalleled reach and scalable infrastructure to match their digital consumption requirements. Furthermore, Airtel’s end-to-end IoT solutions aim to address varied business needs, be it tracking, smart metering, securing merchant payments, or revolutionizing e-bikes’ functionalities.

Touted as a digital revolution in the offing, 5G technology is sure to bring a wave of transformation across various sectors in India.Be it healthcare, manufacturing, mobility, education, agriculture to cloud gaming, etc., 5G technology will significantly change the world around us by empowering one-of-a-kind digital network that will connect virtually everyone and everything together including machines, devices, and objects.

5G stands for the fifth and the latest generation in wireless networks and has the requisite potential that could redefine the present and the future learning experience, especially in the present scenario where our country is recovering from the hiccups of the COVID pandemic. The extremely low latency rate of 5G means that sending and receiving of information, which took nearly 200 milliseconds with 4G will go down to 1 millisecond with 5G.

5G is surely going to play a profound role in achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 4 – to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”.  In India, women lag men by one year when it comes to education attainment and the gap is quite visible in the average income of men and women. Going by the saying, ‘You educate a woman, you educate a generation’, access to 5G will ensure more learning opportunities for girl children, especially in villages and remote areas thus creating a virtuous cycle of intergenerational progress.

The pandemic and the consequent lockdown have brought a change in the way students learn and understand. Students’ ideas and understanding are no longer confined to the blackboard, courtesy to video streaming platforms and apps such as YouTube, etc., which have opened their minds and imaginations. Almost every industry is joining the bandwagon of creating and publishing videos to better understand the target market. 5G technology will make online education even more accessible and convenient by offering remote-learning opportunities, eliminating the need for large-scale land use and construction, and confining the procurement processes largely to investment in the technology itself.

Learning is something that cannot be imposed on children. The Indian education system has been following the one-size-fits-all method. 5G will help stimulate immersive learning environments that require dispersed learners to collaborate. Cutting-edge tech can be a superb learning tool for kids who struggle to learn new concepts from textbooks. Educators can leverage Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) capabilities, which are now accessible through 5G to teach tactile, skill-based classes, etc.

With lower latency, increased bandwidth, and instant interactivity without much energy consumption, Airtel 5G Plus is poised to transform and improve education at all levels. After witnessing #Airtel5GAtIMC all I can say is that 5G is here to stay and will bring a paradigm shift in education. 5G technology is sure to unlock a new space for institutions as well as learners.

To all the businesses and enterprises out there, I would recommend witnessing Airtel’s futuristic journey to unlock the true potential of 5G for businesses and lead India towards a digital-first country.

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