Stream Video Without SIM With Direct to Mobile Broadcasting Trails Internet Connection in 19 Cities Soon
According to news agency PTI, while addressing a broadcasting summit, Information and Broadcasting Secretary Apoorva Chandra said that domestic direct-to-mobile (D2M) technology will soon be tested in 19 cities and he expressed his concern over this emerging technology. Emphasis was also laid on reserving 470-582 MHz spectrum for this.
At the conference, Chandra said that shifting 25-30 per cent of video traffic to D2M will remove 5G network bottlenecks, which will accelerate the country's digital development and democratize content distribution.
Last year, pilot projects to trial D2M technology were run in Bengaluru, Dutta Path and Noida.
The report further states that Chandra said at the conference that D2M technology will help reach around 8-9 crore homes across the country that do not have TV. Only 190 million of the country's 280 million households have television sets. He also said that there are 80 crore smartphones in the country and 69 percent of the content accessed by users is in video format.
With the potential to reach over a billion mobile devices, the adoption of D2M technology promises tremendous benefits, including cost reductions in data transmission and access and improvements in network efficiency and potentially the development of a nationwide emergency alert system. Installation included.
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