India, US, and Israel together have decided to develop 5G technology. For this, IT hubs of Silicon Valley, Bengaluru, and Tel Aviv will increase mutual cooperation. After the development of this technology, it will also be shared with third world countries later.
Giving information on this important development, US Agency for International Development (USAID) Deputy Administrator Bonnie Glick said that the melting of ice has just begun. This cooperation will deepen in the coming times. The three countries will jointly develop research on future technologies.
Speaking at a virtual summit, Bonnie Glick said that there was a round table conference on 5G technology in July. Experts from India and Israel also participated in this conference. It was discussed that the cities of Bengaluru, Silicon Valley, and Tel Aviv have gained considerable fame in the development of technology. In such a situation, if the experts of these places join each other for the development of 5G and other technologies, then the whole world will benefit greatly.
He said that if the three countries work together then they will be able to play an important role in giving reliable and safe 5G technology to the world. Targeting China indirectly, Bonnie Glick said that we cannot give any country the right to monopolize or suppress other countries in this technology. He said that there is already defense and economic cooperation among the three countries. In such a situation, by working together in the field of technology, they can change the lives of people around the world.
MR Rangaswamy, who started this initiative to bring the three countries together, said that by working together with the three countries, we will be able to create a safe world. With this, third world countries will also get a chance to move forward. Let me tell you that during PM Modi’s 2017 Israel tour, Rangaswamy had proposed in front of him to move forward in the field of technological development with the US and Israel. After which things are slowly moving forward in this regard.