The business added that it would make extensive use of Google Cloud’s cutting-edge capabilities to provide Jio’s Private 5G stack and other 5G-enabled solutions to domestic and international users.
Jio claimed that it is collaborating with Meta to deliver the advantages of immersive technology to everyone. The company asserted that “we believe India’s thriving digital ecosystem will play a crucial role in defining the metaverse and deliver new opportunities in Education, Healthcare, and Commerce 4.0.”
Jio also disclosed a cooperation with Microsoft to establish a thriving ecosystem of cloud-enabled business applications and solutions, particularly for small and medium-sized enterprises, and to extend the Azure ecosystem in India.
Additionally, it is collaborating with Intel on technologies for the infrastructure of cutting-edge applications like artificial intelligence as well as for Jio’s cloud-scale data centres and 5G Edge sites.
The business claimed to have solid working partnerships with major international network technology providers like Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung, and Cisco.
Additionally, Jio announced a collaboration with Qualcomm, a leading worldwide provider of semiconductor and communications technologies and a shareholder in Jio Platforms.
Cristiano Amon, CEO of Qualcomm, expressed excitement about the collaboration, saying that they will be working on cloud-native, scalable, and flexible 5G infrastructure in both mmWave and sub-6GHz to create an ecosystem that can go beyond India.