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Samsung joined hands with Reliance Jio with a motive to brace LTE services in India


2017-03-07 Silicon Review

Electronic giant Samsung and  Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd recently created buzz by making an effort to expand the 'Digital India' campaign by entering into a combined venture to launch the I&G (Infill and Growth) Project, intended to promote existing LTE mobile communication services across India.

Making a mark, the project is already setting up a high benchmark for the LTE services in India through wider exposures, in-building the diffusion and the highest speeds, despite of the user's location. Well that’s not all the project will also enable seamless indoor and outdoor coverage in opaque urban area utilizing range in the 850, 1800 and 2300MHz bands.

Prior to this the electronic giant ‘Samsung’ offered the LTE core, base stations and solutions requisites for VoLTE services, as well as enormous deployment services for setting up a nationwide network for Jio. Both the companies are gaining applauds for establishing the world's largest greenfield LTE network.

"The numbers we have achieved was possible because we introduced a truly effective LTE service, Pan-India. We are committed to bringing game-changing digital experiences to India with superior ecosystems, mobile content, all-IP networks and ongoing process innovations," said Jyotindra Thacker, President of Reliance Jio Infocomm.

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