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India to take the lead in telecom and radio in the next decade

Kiran Deshpande,
-Advisor, Saankhya Labs
Real-time broadcast updates to mobile devices, direct-to-mobile television broadcast and much more beckon the next generation communication revolution. With ever increasing digital traffic, video offload is the next progression to optimize spectrum usage. The solution lies in deploying smarter pipes, with a fine grain mixing of mobile spectrum and broadcast spectrum to take video, text and data traffic together; splitting the video traffic to be sent over broadcast while the rest of the traffic travels on mobile, fibre. The system integration capability required to deploy, operate and manage such technologies is available in abundance in India. India has both the technology as well as the expertise to lead the next wave of telecom revolution with a global impact.

Resilience and demand will reboot the semiconductor industry in 2020 and beyond

Hemant Mallapur
-Founder & EVP, Engineering
Semiconductors play an important role in almost every industry, either directly or indirectly. They support healthcare and medical devices, telecommunications, aerospace equipment, finance, transportation, energy, agriculture, and manufacturing and much more. In the near-term, semiconductor manufacturers need to do more than merely handle operational challenges during the economic downturn, if they want to emerge stronger post the COVID-19 crisis. The industry demand and human resilience will push the semiconductor industry to reboot asap.

Top 10 technology trends that will redefine a post COVID-19 world

Parag Naik
-Founder & CEO
The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted life and lifestyles of all across the globe. Work from home is the new reality. Schools and colleges are conducting online classes, and E-learning is on the rise. Social distancing is the new norm, and E-commerce companies are making Covid-safe deliveries to their customers. In this new reality, communication technology will play a great role in reshaping a post Covid-19 world.

Industry Dialogue COVID Disruption is Proof That We Need to be Serious About 5G Networks in India

Preetham Uthaiah
-EVP, Marketing & Strategy
Even during normal times, when the country was not under lockdown, video traffic occupied more than 70% of mobile network traffic, overstraining the network thereby causing a reduction in the call quality and increasing the overall cost of network for mobile operators. A result of the COVID disruption, the already every-increasing video traffic is now at an all-time high. To ease out the network congestion and improve user experience, an innovative solution based on a converged Broadband and Broadcast networks is the need of the hour.

COVID-19 Lockdown Proves India Needs to Jump On 5G Broadcast Bandwagon Soon

Preetham Uthaiah
-EVP, Marketing & Strategy
The COVID-19 restrictions and quarantine measures imposed all around the world have made the everyday face-to-face interactions virtual. Be it virtual classrooms, virtual meetings or the video calls with family to stay connected and in touch. The steep rise in video consumption platforms and consequent video traffic signals an urgent shift we all need to make from traditional broadcasting to 5G Broadband.