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Jio has made use of its 5G solution to deliver digital retail experience on metaverse

Jio has made use of its 5G solution to deliver digital retail experience on metaverse

Jio is gearing up to deliver 5G-as-a-Service to enterprises and industries with its scalable and compact solution Jio 5G Hyperlite Stack

According to recent reports, Reliance Jio has made use of its indigenous 5G network and has launched an immersive digital retail experience on metaverse. Senior VP of Jio, Aayush Bhatnagar, has stated that the future of buying will be dependent on metaverse, and along with that, 5G opens up a new avenue for ecommerce and exclusive opportunities to deliver experiences that are best suited for merchants and consumers. The popular telco might’ve made use of its homegrown 5G technologies to offer the metaverse experience for Reliance Retail users.

It is well-known that RIL’s retail wing offers a diverse set of products from groceries, foods, and electronics to apparel and more. Bhatnagar, in his earlier posts, had revealed that Jio is gearing up to deliver 5G-as-a-Service to enterprises and industries with its scalable and compact solution Jio 5G Hyperlite Stack. This solution was bootstrapped and built using indigenous 5G technology. Previously it was reported that Jio had built its own 5G stack, and it is now being offered on a trial basis across the country to emerging markets. Soon after 5G auctions, this service will be available at scale across the country. As of now, the government of India has decided to auction of more than 100k MHz airwaves, and it is valued at 5 lakh crore rupees.

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