Capgemini gears up to work more on 5G strategies.

The French multinational IT company Capgemini is gearing up to build a critical strategy that will boost 5G availability in India. Capgemini aims to build a team that will cater to the demands of the next generation in technologies like 5G and edge computing.

The company’s India unit is working on experimenting to co-develop cases surrounding the technology and positioning itself as a hub for 5G- related tech. Capgemini gears up to work more on 5G strategies.

The French multinational IT company Capgemini is gearing up to build a critical strategy that will boost 5G availability in India. Capgemini aims to build a team that will cater to the demands of the next generation in technologies like 5G and edge computing.

The company’s India unit is working on experimenting to co-develop cases surrounding the technology and aims to position itself as a hub for 5G- related tech projects. Capgemini is also working on equipping its Indian executives with skills to follow this path.

Capgemini in India, CEO Ashwin Yardi, in his recent interaction, said that from services like an autonomous cloud to cars, increasingly more products and services are becoming embedded with software and that Capgemini has been taking advantage of this trend through its ‘intelligent industry’ offering, which includes working on cloud, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence, solutions, edge computing and 5G, which they consider as technology areas that have a significant footprint in India for the company.

Ashwin further said that some of the most significant use cases of 5G would be on the shop floor of plants. More companies will start looking at these use cases, and it will be a sort of next wave of demand for skills in India. And this was the reason why Capgemini’s whole focus is now on 5G, edge (computing), and intelligent industry. With 5G being the key focus areas for the Capgemini group globally, they have recently been under the spotlight when they announced their plan to launch a 3rd of its kind 5G Lab in Mumbai.

With the acquisition of French engineering-consulting firm Altran in 2020, technology has proved to be one of the key focus areas for Capgemini, and the 5G lab will enable companies to prototype and test their 5G projects.

Capgemini is working to strategically ramp up its digital capabilities and spend more time working on 5G-related tech projects.

Projects. Capgemini is also working on equipping its Indian executives with skills to follow this path.

Capgemini in India, CEO Ashwin Yardi, in his recent interaction, said that from autonomous cloud to cars, increasingly more products and services are becoming embedded with software and that Capgemini has been taking advantage of this trend through its ‘intelligent industry’ offering, which includes working on cloud, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, edge computing and 5G, which they consider as technology areas that have a significant footprint in India for the company.

Ashwin further said that some of the most significant use cases of 5G would be on the shop floor of plants. More companies will start looking at these use cases, and it will be a sort of next wave of demand for skills in India. And this was the reason why Capgemini‘s whole focus is now on 5G, edge (computing), and intelligent industry. With 5G being the key focus areas for the Capgemini group globally, they have recently been under the spotlight when they announced their plan to launch a 3rd of its kind 5G Lab in Mumbai.

With the acquisition of French engineering-consulting firm Altran in 2020, technology has proved to be one of the key focus areas for Capgemini, and the 5G lab will enable companies to prototype and test their 5G projects.

Capgemini is working to strategically ramp up its digital capabilities and spend more time working on 5G-related tech projects.

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