India Telecom 2010 To Begin Tomorrow With Focus on “Broadband For All”

By December 9th, 2010 AT 4:43 PM

Government of India’s Telecom Event “India Telecom 2010”, will begin tomorrow at New Delhi. The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) is organizing the event this year with the theme “Broadband for All” in association with Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)

India Telecom 2010 aims at promoting the opportunities in the Telecom sector for boosting country’s economic growth and attracting further FDI. The event will focus on the latest technologies, bringing together professionals from leading organizations looking for solutions for their current business activities.

It will also provide an opportunity to deliberate upon the next wave of innovative ideas, especially Green Telecom, WiMAX technology, 3G & BWA proliferation in India, broadband expansion, number portability, Mobile Financial Services in India, Value Added Services, Telecom Infrastructure, etc.

Over 275 companies from over 37 countries are participating at this edition of India Telecom series. The event in particular has evoked a lot of interest from SAARC countries as it is an opportunity for them to interact with a vast range of telecom companies offering services of global standards at a single platform.

Mr. Kapil Sibal, the Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology(C&IT) will inaugurate the event in presence of Mr.Gurudas Kamat and Mr. Sachin Pilot, the Ministers of State for Communications & IT. Ms. Suvi Linden, the Minister of Communications, Finland who has come with a delegation to attend India Telecom 2010 will be the Guest of Honour on the occasion.

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raunakluthra
raunakluthra

there is cut throat competition in each and every field but in broadband there r private players there need to be more establshed networks and cheaper plans tht every body should afford it and use it in lare volumes

dskushwaha
dskushwaha

sahil :
…Bsnl 3G & evdo are only in few Hundred cities & will take years to reach villages.
I am living in a village with population of 20000- 25000 but we too are far from getting a 3G or Evdo tower in our area. Only broadband available here is BSNL broadband over DSL….

Yes you are absolutely correct.
I am living near Guwahati Airport (just 700 meters) but there is no 3G network. However it has been launched in Guwahati since more than 1 years.

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