keywordsIndia Telecom 2010
India Telecom 2010
Date: Mon, 07/19/2010 - 18:22
The forthcoming India Telecom 2010, the mega International Conference and Exhibition, slated to be held from 9th–11th, December, 2010 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India, which is being jointly organized by Department of Telecommunications (DoT), Ministry of Communications and IT, Govt. of India and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)
India Telecom 2009 has proved to be the largest annual technology event of the Indian Telecom sector where both products and technologies were showcased by telecommunications vendors and business clients. It offered plenty of networking & business opportunities for the participating stakeholders of the entire telecom ecosystem. Over 100 dignitaries, chairpersons and speakers representing policy makers, senior Government officials and key representatives from both Indian and Global Telecom sector addressed the India Telecom 2009 in a series of focused conference sessions. The theme of India Telecom 2009 “Telecom for inclusive growth” was well received. The event had huge participation from over 205 companies, represented by 18 countries, attracting 18,130 attendees from 38 countries.
The two days conference was organized with an objective to learn about the best practices & global experiences, exchange innovative ideas, explore areas of collaboration and above all, to provide a platform for informative & interactive sessions between the various stakeholders in the Telecom sector. The event provided an opportunity to hear the thoughts of eminent persons in this area and helped in better understanding the role of Telecom for inclusive growth in the country. The conference had focused sessions on Rural Telecom, India as 'HUB' for Telecom Equipment Manufacturing & Exports, Value Added Services, Mobile Banking and M-Commerce, Exploring New Frontiers and Regulatory & Policy Framework. More than 40 distinguished speakers from India and abroad spoke at the conference around 550 delegates attended the Conference.
India Telecom 2010 will continue to focus on cutting-edge technologies and their commercial implications, as well as to feature fast-growing technological sectors. This event has been the main point-of-contact between industry leaders and their potential customers ranging from PTT / communications authorities / regulators and telecom operators to leading enterprises. The event will address the latest technologies, effectively bringing together like-minded professionals from leading organisations looking for solutions to both their current business activity and the next wave of innovative ideas
Above, H.E. Mr A. Raja, Minister of Communications and Information Technologies, India. PHOTO ITU