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Wi-Fi 6E in 6GHz Band Pakistan Launches

 

The Asia Pacific region is a part of Pakistan that is developing by allowing the operation of Radio Local Area Networks without licenses on the 6 Gigahertz (GHz) spectrum band known as Wi-Fi 6E in 6GHz . On Thursday, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) announced this development, which indicates an upgrade to its digital infrastructure.

Unlocking Connectivity: Pakistan’s Wi-Fi 6E in 6GHz Initiative

The word from PTA reveals that Pakistan is the tenth country in the Asia Pacific . And only one among sixty others globally to adopt the 6GHz spectrum for WiFi. At this juncture, an event dubbed Unlocking Pakistan’s Connectivity: Enablement of Next-Gen WiFi in 6GHz Band took place, highlighting what this technology rollout could do.

Leading the Charge: PTA Chairman’s Vision

General Hafeez Ur Rehman, the Chairman of the PTA, highlighted the fourth strategic importance involved with positioning this move within the regional context that made RLAN a leading technology adopted by Pakistan. General Hafeez reiterated how important it was for the country to align itself with progressive nations that view WiFi 6E as the way to enhance connectivity and drive digital innovation.

Industry Insights: Benefits of Wi-Fi 6E in 6GHz Adoption

METAs experts, Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA), Jazz, Nayatel. And Huawei explained why it would benefit Pakistan to have WiFi 6E. The panelists – from Huawei, Nayatel, Jazz, DSA. And META – discussed how this innovation solves problems related to congestion .And latency experienced on existing bands and thus paves the way for improved internet performance and reliability.

Towards a Digital Future: PTA’s Digital Pakistan Initiative

This transition into WiFi 6E aligns with the broader vision of ‘Digital Pakistan. Which aims to promote digital innovation, enable businesses. And address the digital divide. Faster and better internet connectivity will make Pakistan’s economy more inclusive in terms of technology. And allow for a more inclusive digital economy.

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