A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore collaboration opportunities on 6G wireless technologies in India and other parts of the world was signed between Bharat 6G Alliance and Next G Alliance, an initiative of the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS). 

The MoU was signed by the Bharat 6G Alliance Chair N. G. Subramaniam and the President and CEO of the ATIS's Next G Alliance Susan Miller. The MoU will facilitate aligning research and development priorities that support a common 6G vision and creating secure and trusted telecommunications as well as resilient supply chains.

Speaking on the occasion N. G. Subramaniam said that India had a vision for the empowerment of the society at large and the next generation 6G will further enhance the quality of life. He said this needs focused,

open and collaborative research amongst nations and the MoU is an important step in this direction. CEO Susan Miller said that they see the agreement with the Bharat 6G Alliance as a critical link in advancing in the development of the global 6G mobile wireless ecosystem.

The Bharat 6G Alliance is an initiative of Indian industry, academia and national research institutions and is aligned with the Bharat 6G Mission to design, develop and deploy technology and innovations that provide an intelligent and secure solution for high-quality living experience of citizens in India and outside. 

The alliance aimed at promoting the ecosystem for research, design, development, field testing, security, certification and manufacturing of telecom products and solutions.

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