5G technology will change Bangladesh

5G technology will change Bangladesh. The country will soon place itself in the ranks of other developed countries of the world. Because technology is developing in Bangladesh at an incredible speed. People have a lot of interest and enthusiasm for this technology. Zhang Zhengjun, vice president of the Asia-Pacific region of Huawei, said this in response to a question posed by Human Land during the 13th Global Mobile Broadband Forum held in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. . His familiarity with the socio-economic reality of Bangladesh, its digital ecosystem and its digital vision is long. He served as CEO of Huawei Bangladesh Technologies for over three and a half years. He told Manabzamin that the government of Bangladesh has already given 5G spectrum to mobile operators. 5G will be used more in industrial areas. We have many examples in China.

For example, 5G is used in port areas, manufacturing industries, mines, etc., including 5G hospitals. I think in Bangladesh these kinds of consumer sectors will be created in the future. The Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications is considering the use of 5Z in Chittagong. Many workers work long hours at the port of Chittagong, directly operating many types of machinery.

If 5G is launched here, workers will be able to remotely control and manage these devices with wide connectivity and low latency. Therefore, these facilities can be used in industries such as Chittagong and Mongla ports and airports in various cities. And for general customers, 4G is better, but no doubt 5G is better. He said that the manufacturing sector gives two examples, one, when you have an assembly line, you need a lot of cables to connect different machines. For example, manufacturing mobile phones requires more than 100 meters of the production line and here each machine has to be connected to the other. Now, after producing a model or product on this line, the line must be redesigned when producing another model or product. It requires a huge amount of wiring up to a kilometer. It will therefore take about two weeks each time to set up this line. 5G is wireless, and it only takes a day. This will save time and money.

When producing a model on the production line, you must redesign it when producing any other product. Zhang Zhengjun said 5G is for more bandwidth. So it can be used in HD cameras. Bangladesh’s garment industry is a very large sector. We can use artificial intelligence on the swings to check the progress of production. HD cameras will do this automatically. AI and 5G can be useful in such places. Workers can be shielded from places like ports or hot hazardous areas by working remotely. Above all, in China, the mining industries are underground and very dangerous and dirty. In this case, it can be controlled from a remote office with 5G. Meanwhile, event organizers in Bangkok said that as of October this year, more than 230 transport companies globally had launched 5G services commercially. In total, more than 3 million 5G base stations have been deployed in this sector for more than 70 million subscribers. In the telecommunications sector, most of the operators’ main revenues come from customer service. The universal experience plays a role in changing consumer behavior thanks to the proliferation of 5G everywhere, as well as the growth of high-definition video traffic.

New mobile apps, which take advantage of the improved speed and lower latency of 5G technology, have doubled average user data consumption (DOU), increasing average revenue per user (ARPU) by 20-40%, leading to normal growth in operator revenues from connectivity. . At the same time, 5G’s use of B2B (business-to-business) has played an important role in the operator’s revenue growth, which has enabled unprecedented growth in the oil and gas sectors. gas, manufacturing, and communications. These applications are not only innovative but also help create business value for carriers. For example, in 2021, Chinese operators generated 3.4 billion Chinese yuan (about US$500 million) in new revenue from more than 3,000 5G projects. Most importantly, these projects have grown 10 times more than the data and related ICT services sector.

5G usage at B2B is considered the fastest-growing revenue segment for the carrier. 5G is enabling new services, applications, and business models, which are seen as the way to increase opportunities in this sector. Organizers also said 5G will radically transform business and healthcare sectors around the world, including in Bangladesh. In the meantime, he has already started to grind. Policymakers and business people from two important sectors are considering 5G. Some are experimenting with 5G technology in their sector. Until 2030, the future control of the world will be in the hands of this 5G.

To provide a glimpse of how 5G can change the world, Huawei, known as the global technology hub, hosted the 13th Global Mobile Broadband Forum at the Queen Srikit National Convention Center in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. The organization organizes it every year in different countries of the world. The annual forum brings together mobile network operators, industry leaders, and ecosystem participants to discuss key issues such as the commercial success and green development of 5G, intelligence and the evolution of 5G. At the forum, Huawei technology experts show how 5G can transform these two industries. In an interview about it, Zhang Zhengjun told Human Land that we know 5G is gaining prominence in Asia-Pacific. See, Korea and Japan launched the first 5G.

Thailand has since rolled out 5G on a large scale, with the country now covering 70% of its territory with 5G coverage. And 30% of people get services. In fact, the question of 5G depends on the needs of each society. Thus, the steps for each country to launch 5G will not be the same. He said Huawei participated in the “Digital Bangladesh” fair in Bangladesh, which was attended by the Prime Minister’s IT adviser, Sajeeb Wazed Joy. There, Huawei’s 5G technology boosted internet speed to 1.6 Gbps. Apart from this, the 5G handset was also featured. In 5G, IoT connectivity is widely required for services that can be controlled remotely, including the industrial sector and households. Latency is low, which is especially important in the industrial sector. These privileges are adapted to different situations, whether in different societies or countries. We are talking to mobile operators in Bangladesh.

In most cases, we found that 4G is sufficient for watching videos, using TikTok, YouTube or Facebook. Such a large population requires more towers or network sites to provide good coverage. When I was in Bangladesh I didn’t have a good signal on the way to Sylhet or Mymensingh, sometimes 2G was coming and sometimes no signal at all. So, 5G is the second option. Bangladesh still needs basic infrastructure for 4G. So no more 4G coverage and sites to do. I think BTRC and the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications are encouraging mobile operators to build more sites and increase network coverage. To provide uninterrupted network services. This must be ensured not only in big cities like Dhaka or Chittagong but in all cities and rural areas of the country, which is important to eliminate the digital divide.

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