Ashwini Vaishnav, Communications and IT Minister, launched India’s first 2 Gbps unlicensed band radio (UBR) and unified cloud network management system (UcNMS) introduced by tech firm, HFCL at the India Mobile Congress 2023, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. HFCL said its 2 Gbps UBR is indigenously designed and developed to revolutionise last-mile wireless connectivity and bridge the digital divide challenge in the country with fiber-like speeds and efficient spectrum utilisation, with its adaptive radio frequency (RF) technology. Further, in comparison to traditional backhaul solutions, 5G wireless backhauling with 2 Gbps UBR will enable HFCL’s customers to save up to 75 per cent on the total cost of ownership (TCO). Subsequently, the AI-powered UcNMS is designed to control, monitor and manage access points, switches and UBR devices and it will offer easy management and monitoring of its 2 Gbps UBR and other wireless and wireline products in its portfolio, the company added. The tech company underlined its indigenously designed offerings are committed to providing innovative technology solutions for India.