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Common Cause: Telcos could benefit from IP-1s...

Common Cause: Telcos could benefit from IP-1s...
The year 2000 was a key one for the Indian telecom sector as a new crop of players, telecom infrastructure providers or IP-1s, became a part of the industry value chain. IP-1s took up the role of integrated, neutral hosts whose infrastructure could be used by competing telecom operators. For the Indian telecom sector, this meant a rapid deployment of network services, fast go-to-market, and capex and opex savings. Following the success of passive infrastructure sharing, IP-1s have expressed interest in enhancing their role to active infrastructure deployment and sharing as well. Infrastructure upgrades and network densification have become crucial but these cannot be done by telcos alone. It is imperative to bring in more participants in this space, especially those that have expertise in rapidly deploying robust telecom infrastructure through innovative business models.

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Image Caption: George Paul, CEO, MAIT; Nitin Kunkolienker, President, MAIT; Ajay Prakash Sawhney, Secretary, MeitY; Richard Hopkins, Global President, Manufacturing Operations - Flex Group and Harish Krishnan, VP, MAIT at the launch of MAIT’s report – “Enhancing Export Competitiveness of India’s Electronic Hardware Manufacturing Ecosystem”
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