Globally, data contributes 60 percent of revenue

Globally,-data-contributes-60-percent-of-revenue:-Manoj-KohliSpeaking at Amity telecom seminar on mobile broadband, Manoj Kohli of Bharti Enterprises said globally, data contributes 60 percent of revenue.

Manoj Kohli, managing director, Bharti Enterprises said, “Globally data is engulfing the consumers and it will be a data led life. SoftBank Japan gets 60 percent revenue from data but day is not far when 80 percent revenue will come from data but in India will take time.”

Kohli commented, “Major revolution is expected globally and nationally as it will be all technology driven. So one needs to focus on three things – massive investment is required in fiber, software development has to happen in vernacular and pricing has to be made viable, affordable and profitable.”

Speaking at the inaugural function, Rajan S Mathews, director general, COAI said, “India has the lowest spectrum per operator vis-a-vis neighboring countries like Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.”

“For proliferation of mobile broadband, there should be alignment between center and state with respect to fiber access and towers,” added Mathews.

In his welcome address, Lt Gen PD Bhargava, group deputy vice chancellor, Amity Universities and Advisor, Amity Institute of Telecom Engineering & Management (AITEM) said, “Future of network will depend on four things- Cloud, big data, analytics and internet of things (IoT).

Bhagwan D Khurana, chairman, Newgen Holding said, “Indian urban investment expenditure investment in next 20 years will be $800 billion of this 10 percent investment will be for ICT.”

AITEM also facilitated companies and gave away awards for excellence in categories like: innovation, R&D, broadband, smart city, rural and make in India.

2014 National Awards for Excellence
Innovation Category
Top Infrastructure Innovator – Indus Tower
Top Telecom Tower Company – Bharti Infratel
Top Chip Design Company – Qualcomm
Renewable Energy Company – Moser Baer Solar

R&D Category
Top Network R&D Leader – Nokia Networks

Broadband Category
Top Internet Application Provider – Facebook
Top Digital Services & Network Provider – Bharti Airtel
Top Telecom Service Provider – Vodafone India
Top Managed Service Company – IBM India
Top NLD Operator – Bharti Airtel
Top Telecom Cable Company – Sterlite Technology
Top Power Management Company – Delta Power Solution
Top Telecom Software Company – Tech Mahindra

Smart City Category
Top Smart Cities Designer – Ericsson India

Rural Category
Best Rural Service Provider – Idea Cellular

Make in India Category
Top Domestic Equipment Manufacturing – Tejas Networks
Top Indian Handset Manufacturer – Micromax Informatics

Sameer Sinha, chief sales & marketing, Indus Tower said, “Data networks will move to lower frequency bands, equipment will be technology agnostic and technology needs to be energy efficient.”

Speaking on new business models for monetization of mobile broadband, Deepak Sanghi of Bharti Airtel said, “As we move towards 3G and 4G, microwave is not good enough, and one needs fiber.”

Manoj Dawane of Ericsson stressed that we need to standardize on the network so that device eco-system can follow so that Indian consumers can reap the benefits of mobile broadband.

Amity Institute of Telecom Engineering & Management (AITEM) organized a seminar on New and Innovative Business Models for Monetization of Mobile Broadband.

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