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Sterlite Tech launches high-speed 5G ready network solution 'FlashFWD'

Mumbai, Sep 28(UNI) Sterlite Tech, an end-to-end global technology leader in smarter digital networks, has launched a high-speed 5G ready network solution named FlashFWD at India Mobile Congress (IMC)
2017, being held in New Delhi, India.
Globally, as data consumption continues to grow exponentially, there is a need for new, dense networks that enable extremely high data speeds and low response times. 5G is expected to generate about eight times more data traffic than an average 4G connection, with 15 per cent global population expected to have 5G subscriptions by 2021-22, company said in afiling with BSE.
In India too, applications such as Aadhar-based e-payments, e-authentication and e-commerce are growing manifold, transforming the everyday living of citizens. Enabling these emerging demand trends, Sterlite Tech today launched its innovative 5G ready network solution FlashFWD which has the highest fibre density in the most compact cable package possible.
Anand Agarwal, CEO, Sterlite Tech, said, ''We are excited to be a part of the digital revolution that is taking place globally.
Positive shifts in technology, national policies and consumption patterns are creating an environment of immense optimism. These advanced technologies are touching everyday lives of people across cities and villages by providing more accessible healthcare, financial inclusion, education, utilities, smart agriculture and
other critical services. We are happy to bring our indigenously developed 5G Ready FlashFWD solution that will enable data intensive low-latency solutions such as Cloud Computing, Augmented Reality, Driverless Cars, IoT and much more.''
The solution comes in two variants FlashFWD 864F ribbon cable with six tubes and FlashFWD 1152F ribbon cable with eight tubes-the technology proves to be an outstanding solution for high-growth, high-bandwidth demands of data centres, equipment connections with cabinets and outside plant applications.
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Textiles Minister lays foundation stone of Hastshilp Complex

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