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Digital Infrastructure

Digital Infrastructure

We weare pleased to inform you that BIF conference on Digital Infrastructure for Transforming India was concluded successfully 6th December 2018 at Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi . The Conference was organised in partnership with ADBI Japan and ICRIER, it was attended by more than 150 professionals.

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‘Telecom sector may see more disruptions’


‘Telecom sector is brutally challenging yet offers ample opportunities for growth profit


Telecom secy outlines challenges and opportunities in telecom


Telecom sector brutally challenging yet offers ample opportunities Sundararajan


Telecom sector to attract $100 b by 2022 says Aruna


Telecom sector brutally challenging yet offers ample opportunities Sundararajan


Telecom sector brutally challenging yet offers ample opportunities Sundararajan


Telecom sector brutally challenging yet offers ample opportunities Sundararajan


Telecom sector brutally challenging yet offers ample opportunities Sundararajan


Telecom sector brutally challenging yet offers ample opportunities Sundararajan


Telecom sector brutally challenging yet offers ample opportunities Sundararajan


Telecom Sector Challenging, Yet Offers Opportunities, Says Secretary


$100 billion investment by 2022 lesser than global average: Aruna Sundararajan


$100 billion investment in telecom to add $1.2 trillion to India's GDP: Report


Telecom: 10% increase in infra investment will Increase India’s GDP by 3.3%


10% Rise In Telecom Investment Likely To Boost India's GDP By $1.2 Trillion: Report


INVESTMENT OF $100 BILLION IN TELECOM TO ADD $1.2 TRILLION TO INDIA'S GDP: REPORT


10% Investment In Telecom To Add 3.3% Of India’s GDP: BIF


Telecom sector to attract $100 b by 2022 : Aruna


$100 bn investment in telecom to add $1.2 tn to India’s GDP: Report


Telecom sector brutally challenging, yet offers ample opportunities: Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan


Sundararajan said that USD 100 billion dollar sectoral investment enshrined in the national digital communications policy is not an over-estimate and may well turn out to be less-than-adequate in the wake of new age technologies and advent of 5G.


Indian telecom sector brutally challenging, yet offers a>Investment Of $100 Bn In Telecom To Add $1.2 Tn To India’s GDP: Report


$100 bn investment in telecom to add $1.2 tn to India's GDP: Report


10% increase in Investments in Telecommunications Infrastructure will Increase India’s GDP by 3.3%: ICRIER & BIF Study


ICRIER & BIF STUDY – 10% INCREASE IN INVESTMENTS IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE WILL INCREASE INDIA’S GDP BY 3.3%.


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2nd Edition FTTH India Summit 2018

2nd Edition FTTH India Summit 2018

28th September, 2018
The Leela, Mumbai

White Paper on V Band

White Paper on V Band

This paper was originally presented at the Broadband India Forum Workshop on “Acceleration of Broadband in India: Complementing OFC with Wireless Fiber” on 9th November, 2016. This revision reflects global developments in the V-band eco-system and technology since 2016. While the basic recommendations stand – full de-licensing without channelization – we provide refinements and additional supporting evidence based on recent progress at IEEE, Wi-Fi Alliance, ETSI and CEPT and learnings from field trials, academia and industry alliances.

Broadband India Forum: V band (60 GHz) is the Key to Affordable Broadband in India

Broadband India Forum: V band (60 GHz) is the Key to Affordable Broadband in India

V Band,New Delhi, 31 May, 2018: Broadband India Forum (BIF) today announced the releaseof a White Paper that recommends the adoption of V band (60 GHz) to enable quicker and more affordable rollout of high quality broadband across the country. The White Paper was released by Shri N Sivasailam, Special Secretary Telecom, Government of India.

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