Empowering Future India With Broadband Wireless Access LTE India 2010

Empowering Future India With Broadband Wireless Access -LTE India 2010In a past decade wireless industry has seen an explosion in the demand for both voice and data services with the growth in number of mobile telephone subscribers as well as the usage rate.

Long Term Evolution (LTE) will be strongly emerge as the next generation wireless technology that will lead the growth of mobile broadband services into the next level.

Its adoption by service providers around the world has the potential to generate economies of scale unprecedented by any previous generation of wireless networking technology as it becomes the universal 4G mobile platform used by both GSM/HSPA and CDMA/EVDO service providers.

Organized by Bharat Exhibitions & supported by 3GPP Supporting Industry Global Association for LTE & Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), LTE INDIA 2010 scheduled to be held on May 28, 2010 at Le Meridien, New Delhi is India’s first & only event on LTE for promoting LTE in fast growing Indian Telecom Industry. LTE INDIA 2010 will offer the best business platform in the country for Telecom Industry to conduct business & introduce LTE service offerings.

“According to Mr.Adrian Scrase, Head of 3GPP Mobile Competence Centre, LTE INDIA 2010 will be an ideal & best platform to set the future roadmap for LTE in India – We will encourage Regulators, Operators and Manufacturers to be a part of LTE – The most successful mobile broadband Standard. We will demonstrate that this is not just a new radio technology; there is a whole eco-system – all fully standardized and ready to go. LTE specifications give Operators a way to deliver more speed, more data and a better experience in the most cost effective way. As discussions move from ‘Why LTE’ to “When LTE”, we will put the Standards experts alongside Indian Telecommunications experts to discuss the time-scales for getting this technology in to the hands of Indian users.

Mr. Shashi Dharan- Managing Director, Bharat Exhibitions the organizer of LTE INDIA 2010, says, “This conference will help in strategizing a strong vision for LTE technology in the future India as it is an ideal stage between the key influencers and decision makers under one roof – Leading Companies scheduled to be engaged in LTE deployment will share their plans for India.

Global majors scheduled to be engaged in LTE deployment are participating in the event – Making it truly global platform to conduct business (Nokia Siemens Networks, Motorola, Bridgewater Systems, Hitachi Cable, Tekelec, Agilent Technologies and Alcatel-Lucent)

Among the Telecom Operators & Service Providers – Airtel, Vodafone, Idea, Aircel, BSNL, MTNL, Reliance Communications, TATA Teleservices, Sistema Shyam, Virgin, Etisalat, Uninor, TATA DoCoMo etc would be part of the event. The event is supported by 3GPP & COAI – Cellular Operators Association of India.

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Prasath J
May 18, 2010 4:58 pm 4:58 PM

4G is just a dream… Since there is NO LIMIT in dreaming, why we should dream of LTE/4G???? Let us dream 6G or 10G 😀 😀

May 18, 2010 8:18 am 8:18 AM

Doc_dip is 100 % right. As he correctly says 4g will be a distant dream for indians. It took more dan ten dam years for the govt to clear up some spectrum for 3g itself. So it’l atleast be 2020 by the time we fully establish wid 3g then let’s think about 4g. All mobile operators will charge a bomb in the initial stages for all 3g services to make up for all da money they lost for the auction, n later when tata docomo starts a revolution like 1p/sec for video calls, then all operators will follow.

May 18, 2010 12:00 am 12:00 AM

indian telcos have invested insanely in 3g….and surely they will make lotsss of profit out of this and this factor will prevent entry of 4g alone in near future…..where at that point of time many countries(now using 3g) will get 4g…and at that point of time we wil b using 3g only…so guys watever govt says…BOTTOM LINE IS—4g will b a distant dream for us ..one conference and lots of khana-pina there will not gonna change the scenario