Mukesh Ambani, the company's chairman, made an important statement during Reliance Industries' 46th annual general meeting (AGM), which was held on Monday. He mentioned that Jio Platforms is ready to lead the way in extending 6G capabilities on a global level. In the AGM, Ambani declared that Jio will create the next-generation network first in the globe.

Ambani emphasised Jio Platforms' evolution from its beginnings as a telecom operator to its current position as a technology company. He went on to explain that this change goes beyond national borders because Jio Platforms wants to extend and sell its cutting-edge "Made-in-India" technology stack to global markets.

Ambani said that Jio's own 5G stack, which includes cutting-edge technologies like Standalone 5G architecture, Carrier Aggregation, Network Slicing, and powerful Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) capabilities, is the foundation for the company's 5G expansion. This stack is made to work with 4G and 5G technology from a variety of international manufacturers.

Jio has collaborated with notable companies such as Nokia, Ericsson, and Samsung to implement 5G networks throughout India. Ambani shared that the "Jio 5G radio portfolio encompasses a diverse array of solutions, ranging from compact cells to large tower-based radios, catering to a variety of outdoor and indoor usage scenarios."

Ambani also praised Jio's 5G deployment for moving along so quickly. Jio 5G has increased its coverage to include more than 96% of the nation's census towns in just nine months after the launch began in October. One of the world's quickest large-scale 5G rollouts is expected to occur by December thanks to the company's on-track completion of national coverage. Although he had earlier stated that Jio 5G services will have competitive pricing, precise updates on this matter were not made during the AGM.

In addition, Ambani unveiled Jio's plans to develop new AI systems similar to ChatGPT for Indian users. He stated, "Jio is committed to bringing AI to every corner and every person. And we will make it happen."

The sixth generation of wireless for cellular networks, or 6G, replaces the 5G technology currently under development. Although 6G is yet hypothetical and not fully defined, it is anticipated to improve upon 5G's capabilities and provide even more cutting-edge features and functions.

The following are a few possible 6G core elements and objectives:

1. Greater Data speeds: 6G aspires to offer data speeds that are much greater than 5G, possibly approaching terabits per second. Faster downloads, streaming, and data-intensive apps would be made possible by this.

2. Ultra-Low Latency: 6G is anticipated to reach ultra-low latency, which will result in communication delays as small as a few microseconds. This is essential for real-time interaction applications like augmented reality, driverless cars, and remote surgery.

3. Massive Device Connectivity: The Internet of Things (IoT) will advance thanks to 6G's support for a large number of linked devices, which will also make it possible for a wide range of smart devices to communicate with each other without interruption.

4. Advanced Spectrum Utilisation: In order to increase bandwidth and enable quicker data transfer, 6G is anticipated to use a mix of higher frequency bands, including terahertz (THz) frequencies.

5. Energy Efficiency: Energy efficiency is anticipated to be a key component of 6G in order to enable sustainable network operations and extend battery life.

6. AI Integration: AI and machine learning are anticipated to play a big role in 6G networks, improving user experience, network management, and resource allocation.

Holographic communications, which provide immersive and lifelike engagement experiences, might be one of the advanced communication approaches introduced by 6G