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Govt invites Huawei for 5G trials, says co s India CEO

Chinese telecom gear maker Huawei on Friday said it has received invitation from the Indian government to be a part of 5G trials in the country. We have received official invitation from the Department of Telecom (DoT) on September 27. We have submitted our proposal and now waiting for reply from the department, Huawei India CEO Jay Chen told PTI. DoT has already approached Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung, Cisco and NEC for development of 5G applications and running trials on the suggestion of Stanford University Professor Emeritus Arogyaswami J Paulraj. Paulraj is a member of the 5G panel that recently suggested spectrum roadmap for the technology. We have been informed that DoT has set up a committee to decide on zones for trials. The government intends to allocate 100 megahertz spectrum for 5G trials. Huawei has shown interest in running trial in Delhi and one more city. We also want to engage with state governments, Chen said. Early this year, Huawei conducted 5G trials in laboratory

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