Keeping in view the relevance, need and rising importance of the telecom sector in India, Supercomm India 2005, the country's largest telecom event, kicked off in New Delhi on Wednesday. The three-day event at Pragati Maidan focuses on the future of communications and IT in India.
Over 100 companies, including 35 overseas firms, are taking part in the event. Over 20,000 business visitors are expected to attend it. Some of the major companies present are BSNL, Reliance Infocomm, Tata Indicom and BPL Telecom among others.
The event also entails knowledge conferences with distinguished speakers covering areas like broadband, IP, wireless, policy, ICT & security, IT application, certification policies and investment scenario. It also aims to bring together companies, accelerates the formation of partnerships and concentrates on new and emerging challenges.
Supercomm India 2005 is a promising platform for decision makers on the lookout for innovative solutions for their organisations. It aims to help forge relationships with manufacturers, application developers, integrators, resellers and other partners.
“Supercomm will not just be an annual event. We have bigger plans in terms of making this a global event from next year,” said an official present at the event. A pocket book evaluating the performance of the telecom sector was also launched on the opening day.
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