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After a huge Success of 5G Congress in 2017, we are pleased to announce our return on 20th April 2018 at Le Meridien-New Delhi. Join us along with your peers to know latest updates on this revolutionary 5G network!
5G India Congress aim to become India’s best platform for all stakeholders including network operators, Government & technology providers to come together to discuss about the 5G development
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The speed and magnitude at which digital transformation has happened in India had generated data explosion forcing organizations in India to re-evaluate data center architectures that would provide them the agility, flexibility and the scale desired for new application workloads. This conference is designed to bring subject matter experts from all verticals Government, Industry and Academia
Driven by in-building wireless coverage requirements and the growing influx of mobile data traffic, network operators are increasingly investing in Heterogeneous Network & Small Cells infrastructure. India has recently added world most number of mobile subscriber in past six months and mobile broadband demand has increased many folds. Telecom operators are making clear moves towards HetNet & Small Cells networks to provide unmatched network quality to their customers.
In order to focus important aspects of HetNet & Small Cells deployment in India – We are pleased to present India’s Exclusive business forum for ecosystem
Organizations across industries are going through a major makeover in the wake of a new era of digital business. Seized by an imperative to transform, these organizations across markets are redefining their business model, making operations more efficient..
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India has now become world second largest country in the world to use mobile internet after the launch of 4G-LTE by all major network operators. As per the industry report, India’s has more than 1 billion mobile subscribers and world lowest data plans. This has given major boost to all handset manufactures to offer low price devices to use mobile broadband.
In the past when voice contributed to a large chunk of the service provider business, operators created innovative, managed capacity, consumption-based business models, which led to decent EBITDA levels for service providers despite of low APRU levels. However with the transition towards data, those business models require a relook. In the last couple of years collectively network operators have put in over $20 billion