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India opens its digital infrastructure for testing on global standards

India is prepared to upend the current technological order by showcasing its cutting-edge digital infrastructure, which has just become a major economic driver. The Union government reportedly requested international technology experts to evaluate India’s telecom stack in accordance with global standards at the recently concluded G7 Digital and Tech Ministers’ Meeting held in Japan.

India highlighted the accomplishments of its major digital programs, including Aadhaar, UPI, and Cowin, at the G7 summit under the direction of Union IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw. Vaishnaw asserted during the conference that the surge of digitization sparked by the Digital India programme has not only assisted in building a robust digital infrastructure throughout the nation but has also aided in its widespread acceptance.

The Union minister said on Thursday that India is emerging as a technology powerhouse and is garnering global attention for its growth journey in technological development. He expressed his satisfaction over the increased interest the world has in the Indian technology industry.

According to Vaishnaw, India’s success may be due to initiatives like Digital India and Make in India, as well as to its advancements in creating domestic 4G and 5G telecom stack and digital public infrastructure. According to Vaishnaw, there is a lot of interest in finding out more about India’s telecom infrastructure and 5G rollout, which is thought to be the quickest in the world.

In a statement made on Thursday, the Union Minister further attributed India’s technological progress to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s innovative initiatives. Vaishnaw, who was representing India at the meeting, presented a presentation on the country’s digital public infrastructure and highlighted how it is being built to offer large-scale solutions.

“India is clearly emerging as a technology powerhouse and a trusted partner because of PM Modi ji’s visionary programs like Digital India and Make in India. Today globally, there is a strong interest in learning from India’s growth journey as technology developers,” Vaishnaw said in a statement.


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