Ultra broadband with 5G technology in India aided by Nokia executive team There is a need for 5G technology development in India, the government aims to, after the startup and processing of 3G and 4G networks. IN order to reduce latency to milliseconds, to connect machine-to-machine and IoT devices and real time ultra broadband, 5G technology is soon expected and startup procedures are being discovered. Nokia has tied hands with BSNL and Airtel to change the networks towards 5G from 4G to 4.5G to 4.9G technology. An experience center is being created in (Nokia) R&D centre in Bangalore to work with the top colleagues in this field to find out the requirements and needs which is just a preparatory session for 5G. Apart from the set use cases globally, rural connectivity and agricultural IoT seem to be relevant in India. Usage of data is growing and soon ultra broadband will come into effect. Use cases like virtual reality, M2M connectivity and many in medical applications also act as drivers of 5G technology in India. There are going to be 4.5G, 4.5Gpro and 4.9G, massive mimo and active antenna that telecom companies would adopt to add capacity and improve coverage before 5G technology. 3.5GHz is generally a good spectrum globally taken in apart from millimeter waves, centimeter waves and gigahertz talk about. India is equivalent in this technology in the world market and it is time to look at what spectrum lies in India and work on the standardization and accomplishment procedures.