India, Israel, and the United States have started working in partnership with development areas and emerging technologies of the next generation. The three countries are also working on transparent, open, reliable, and secure 5G communication networks. This technology will be researched in Bengaluru, Silicon Valley, and Tel Aviv. All three cities are known as technology hubs in their own country.
Let us say that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi went to Israel in July 2017 and talked about giving preference to connectivity between the people of the two countries. Tripartite initiatives in technology sectors are part of this. Bonnie Glick, the deputy administrator of the US Agency for International Development (USAID), said that mutual cooperation in the 5G is only the first step towards major steps. “We are working together in science and research and development and next-generation technologies,” Glick said. Through this partnership, we are officially confirming the deepening relations between ourselves. ‘
Earlier, Glick addressed the US-India-Israel virtual summit meeting and said that we are thrilled to work with these partners to solve the challenges of the world’s development. The meeting was also addressed by Israeli Ambassador to India Ron Malka and his counterpart Sanjeev Singla. “One of the areas in which we are cooperating is digital leadership and innovation,” Glick said. Our cooperation, in particular, focuses on the next generation of 5G technology.