Airtel Partnered With South Korea: On Wednesday, Airtel had announced the strategic connection with South Korean telecom operator SK Telecom. Which known for using latest technologies, to develop the most advanced telecom network and 5G in India, Airtel partnered with SK.
For 5G, to evolve standards, the two companies will also collaborate on an on going basis. And advanced technologies like network function virtualization, software defined networking and Internet of Things, Bharati Airtel said in a statement.
Airtel partnered with South Korea (SK) Telecom to build high-speed network and 5G
In the Indian context, the companies will jointly work towards creating an enabling ecosystem for the introduction of these technologies. Bharati Airtel chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal said that “This partnership will bring a dramatically improved experience to the Airtel customers in India. By leveraging the experience of a company that has built one of the best mobile broadband networks in the world.”
To the network experience, the capacity to identify, monitor and deliver improvements on an individual device basis will have first in India, helped by SK Telcom global leadership in this area, the statement said.
Airtel Partnered With South Korea:
Among the Indian telecom operators, there has a quest for delivering high-speed mobile broadband to customers. Reliance Jio has offered about double the speed provided by its closest rival as per the data published by the sector regulator Trai at around 18 megabits per second.
The development of the global mobile industry had led by the SK Telcom by originating CDMA (2G), WCDMA (3G) and also LTE-A (4G) for the initial time in the world. Using the carrier aggregate technology, the company has to offer up to 500 Mbps 4G speed.
Both companies work across several areas:
Using the technology provided by Nokia networks, SK Telcom demonstrated 600 Mbps data transmission rates in 2014. Airtel is looking ahead always for bringing the latest technology to India.
Mital said that with SK Telecom clear and undisputed leadership in technology. This has one partnership that will decisively alter the game in India. And put the country on par with the most advanced broadband nations in the world.
Both the companies will act across several areas including developing bespoke software under the partnership. To improve network experience, leveraging advanced digital tools combining machine learning, big data. It is building customised tools to improve network planning based on every customer device experience.
SK Telecom President and CEO Park-Jung-ho said that SK Telecom has delighted to announce a strategic partnership with Bharti Airtel. With Airtel, SK Telecom work closely to achieve new network innovations so as to deliver greater value to Bharati customers.
With more than 29 million mobile subscribers, SK Telecom has Korea largest telecommunications company that accounts for about 50 percent of the entire market.