The broadband industry is perhaps an industry that saw the maximum push with the arrival of covid. As lockdowns ensued, companies were forced to adopt a work from home model, leading every employee to require better internet connectivity at all times. Homes that previously did not find the need for full-time WiFi connections were now getting these systems installed to conduct business. Needless to say, Covid was one of the leading drivers bringing broadband connections throughout Rural and Urban India. As our advancement into the digital era progresses, broadband and WiFi have become the soul of our world. People constantly require high-quality connectivity. With this increase in demand for services, the need for enough supply and proper infrastructure has also increased. Airtech...
Emmanuel Christi Das, Editor
Keshav Arora, Senior Director - Global Design Studio, Brillio
Daxesh Parikh, CCO – Aegis Telecom Limited (Telecommunication)
Shabnum Khan, Founder, 750ad Healthcare
Deepak Jha, GM & Head - Artificial Intelligence Platform, NEC Corporation India
Sunil Gopinath, Head of Marketing – Visioncare, ZEISS India
Amit Srivastava, Director, Global Head - Practices & Technologies IMS, KPIT