The vivo’s first virtual event Distinguished business leaders from Pakistan and Nepal participate in the 5G Talk to examine the status and prospects for 5G in the area.
Today, Vivo introduced vivo 5G Talk, a virtual event that brought together business leaders from Pakistan and Nepal to discuss the current state of 5G in the region and how it may change daily life and business in the future. This occasion prepares the ground for vivo’s 5G Talk project, which aims to spark discussions that enhance telecommunications technology and further solidify the company’s dedication to leading innovation and progression in the sector. The event and panel discussion, with the theme “Bringing you a Boundless Intelligent World,” intends to examine many facets of the communications ecosystem and provide a forum for cross-sector discourse.
Six experts participated in the inaugural event: Parvez Iftikhar, an international consultant on ICT policy and regulation; Khalid Khan, the founder and chairman of the Central Asian Cellular Forum; Asif Aziz, the chief business officer of Jazz in Pakistan; Niraj Bhusal, a non-gazetted official in the Nepali ministry of finance; Muhammad Adeel Israr, the chief technology and enterprise business officer of NCELL Axiata in Nepal and the lead CTO of group operations at Axiata.
vivo’s 5G Talk
The panelists discussed the advantages of 5G for developing nations like Pakistan and Nepal, coming to the conclusion that better connectivity could enable new business models that could significantly boost the GDP of these nations and offer solutions to infrastructure problems like remote healthcare and education, IoT for agriculture, and disaster recovery. The panel discussed the significance of fostering innovation and entrepreneurship by developing the necessary infrastructure and putting in place sound regulatory policies, particularly when it comes to addressing the major difficulties related to the rollout of 5G, such as geographic limitations and the cost of spectrum. To fully realize the potential of 5G in these nations, the speakers underlined the necessity for commercial viability and public-private sector collaboration.
“As a region with strong growth, Asia has not yet seen the full benefits of the rollout of 5G. The debate today provides a taste of what lies ahead for this dynamic region and its digital revolution, according to Rakesh Tamrakar, Leading Specialist at vivo Communications Research Institute. “Our industry is making enormous strides toward making 5G a reality for consumers,” he said. “At vivo, we’re committed to enhancing the usability, affordability, and accessibility of 5G smartphones so that people may thrive in the emerging digital environment. Our unwavering efforts in this field, including our substantial R&D projects, have produced ground-breaking advancements that are now included into international 5G standards. We think that by encouraging creativity and teamwork, we can help create a limitless, intelligent society where everyone may profit from cutting-edge telecommunications technologies.
To meet the diverse needs and price ranges of its customers, vivo has created a wide range of products that are ready for the next generation of connectivity. For instance, thanks to vivo’s cutting-edge 3D stacking technology, the potent X and V series offer some of the slimmest 5G phones available. Additionally, thanks to years of R&D, these phones have outstanding power-saving capabilities and astonishingly dependable connectivity.
Vivo is one of the top contributors to 3GPP standards, contributing more than 10,000 5G ideas and more than 5,000 5G invention patents. Vivo has a staff of over 100 professionals who specialize in 5G research. As one of the biggest smartphone manufacturers and a leader in 5G, vivo follows an innovation strategy that puts user requirements first and develops cutting-edge technology designed to improve everyday experiences for customers all over the world.