Considered as one of the biggest telecom event in South Asia, India Telecom Conference cum Exhibition, steps into its 7th edition when it commences on 13th December 2012 till 14th December, 2012 at FICCI Head Office, New Delhi*.
Like every year, this year too, the conference, being jointly organized by FICCI and Department of Telecommunications, Government of India, will continue to focus on understanding the current and emerging trends and technologies in telecom sector, besides providing an unparalleled platform for networking and interaction to the participants and speakers. Being attended every year by senior government officials and scores of industry stalwarts from both within and outside India, this year too, this conference will address the most current and exciting developments in the telecommunications industry, including the latest National Telecom Policy 2012, Broadband, Increasing Connectivity, VAS, mobile applications, enterprise & data services, Making India a Manufacturing Hub as well as the new age technologies.
India Telecom, being an event for the entire industry, sees participation from all areas of the telecom industry including Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 carriers, mobile / wireless operators, ISPs, VoIP providers and technology partners from the voice, data, satellite, sub-sea and fixed line markets. This exclusive forum brings together people from across the world to meet and explore business opportunities with India’s booming telecom sector. India Telecom Conference, which saw an active participation of more than 550 domestic and international delegates in its 6th edition in 2011, will yet again prove to be an assembly point for the global telecom community this year.
Besides five power- packed conference sessions and an Open House session with senior government officials, this year, India Telecom Conference will have a Special session on Critical Internet Resources and way forward
AT Kearney is the Knowledge partner for this year’s conference, who will assist us in preparation of a detailed report based on the new trends, issues and future projections in Indian telecommunications sector.