The invention of the Internet was meant to empower the world by offering everybody a voice and unifying the political, business, and social playing fields. Currently, 4.6 billion people utilize the Internet, transmitting huge amounts of data across the Internet. It has connected the world while narrowing national, social, and economic boundaries. The Internet has opened the door to a digital world by establishing an alternate realm. An environment in which social conventions are changing. Indians now have access to 4G internet at the world’s cheapest rate of around Rs 20 per GB of data. There are over 600 million Indian internet users, the second biggest in the world.
The Proximus-Nokia 25G PON
While India dreams to deliver 5G to the country, the rest of the globe is heading towards 25G. Proximus, a Belgian operator, claims to have set a world record by launching a 25G passive optical network (PON) in Antwerp in partnership with Nokia. PON has primarily been utilized to supply residential services, with some business and mobile macro cell services thrown in for good measure. Fiber to the home (FTTH) is being tra