New Delhi: The country has a lot of untapped potential in the fields of telecom, television, Internet and data services.
In the past few years, India has emerged as one of the leading providers of digital television and is now in the forefront of the digital television industry with its homegrown TV-Airtel.
It is also a major hub for the global e-commerce and Internet services sector.
It is also one of India’s most populous and technologically advanced states, and it has the potential to provide the country with a new wave of connectivity to the world.
The technology has the power to connect people across the country, as well as connecting people to other parts of the world, said K. Ramesh, managing director of telecom services firm Vodafone India.
Vodafine India and Videoconetel were among the companies that launched the ‘Ethernet Connector’ in the country in February this year.
Vidyo Technologies, which owns the global networking company Digital TV, launched the first nationwide fibre optic cable for the purpose in 2017.
Its cable-to-the-home (C2H) is now operational in over 100 cities and towns across the nation.
The company claims to be the world’s first to deliver an E-Cable with 100Gbps speeds to rural areas, and its fibre optic network is widely considered the best in the world in terms of speed and coverage.
It has already reached some rural areas of Kerala, and plans to expand the network further in the coming years.
Videoconetal’s C2H service is available to all households in rural areas with fibre optic connectivity.
The company also launched a mobile-to -home C2C service for a rural population in 2018.
The service costs Rs.2,500 for a 1-GB package.
Virtu, which has a 50% share of the Indian telecommunications market, launched its first fibre optic service in 2018 for the rural population.
The network, which is expected to reach a population of 10 million in the next five years, is now available in more than 80 towns across Kerala.
Vedanta, which offers internet and mobile services to all parts of India, is also expanding its fibre-optic network with plans to provide fibre-to