The 2019 edition of Convergence India, IoT India, Embedded Tech India and Mobile India expos finally came to an end after three days of productive activity. The event saw record visitor numbers and strong sales across all disciplines. The event had something to offer to all - trade delegations moved fruitfully from booth to booth; ideas exchanged among compatriots; and business was discussed.
Broadband India Forum (BIF), held its Fourth International Annual Satcom Summit ‘India SatCom-2018’, in New Delhi on 20-21 November. The event was inaugurated by the Chief Guest, Ms. Aruna Sundararajan, Telecom Secretary and Chairman, Digital Communications Commission, Govt. of India. Senior officials from Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) also graced the occasion. The event was attended by other leading Industry experts from India and abroad and other members of Satcom and Broadband fraternity
The Telecom Committee of PHD Chamber organized an Interactive Session with Dr. R. S. SHARMA, Chairman, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) along with TAIPA as the Co-organizer on 24 October 2018. Many eminent speakers from the industry took part in the discussion on framing a Policy on common duct for all telecom and utility services. Senior Officials of Vodafone Idea, Hinduja Media Group, Asianet Satellite Communications Ltd., Bluetown India Pvt. Ltd., BIF, COFI and URJA provided their inputs upon the requirement of their individual industries and how they will utilize a common duct if built. Cable operators, Cable manufacturers and RWA members had shown their active participation in the same.
Today’s home viewers are spoilt for choice when it comes to entertainment options. With Professional AudioVisual (Pro-AV) and Integrated Experience technologie s, you can up your production value and in turn build audience loyalty. Use virtual reality (VR) to broadcast live matches and place viewers right in the heart of the thrilling action. And as data-heavy VR and ultra-high-definition content become a requisite, studios will need to adopt an IP infrastructure. The benefits of IP studios are many. Data-heavy content can be transmitted via a single connection; production teams can work remotely.
ConnecTechAsia2018 – Asia’s mega technology event premiered with much acclaim from attendees. Held from 26 – 28 June 2018, ConnecTechAsia encompassed 3 focused shows – BroadcastAsia, CommunicAsia and NXTAsia, and represented the convergence of technologies and industries. Across 2 venues and a total of 67,000sqm, t he event welcomed close to 40,000 attendees from around the world.
Three in One Mega event of Asia has a new addition in ConnecTechAsia addressing this issue. The show will be held in Singapore from 26-28 June 2018.
To mark 20 years of its existence, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) organized a two-day Seminar on 'Digital Broadcasting in India: Way Forward' on 4th & 5th May 2017 in New Delhi. The Seminar was inaugurated by the country’s Minister for Information & Broadcasting, M Venkaiah Naidu.
The Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) organized a seminar on ‘Digitization in Broadcasting and Cable Services- Achievements, Issues and Way Forward’ in Chandigarh on May 20, 2017.
India is getting future ready and has started serious work on identifying and formalizing the standards for the rollout of 5G. The standards are likely to be ready by 2018. This was stated by the D P De, Sr DDG, Telecommunication Engineering Centre (TEC) at the 5G India 2017 Conference, held in New Delhi on May 12. TEC is the nodal agency of the Department of Telecommunications, Ministry of Communications, Government of India, and is responsible for drawing up of standards, generic requirements, interface requirements, service requirements and specifications for telecom products, services and networks.
“The Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (I&B) has initiated discussions with the Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, on the modalities of setting up a Copyright Board which would oversee strict implementation of IP laws for the entertainment industry, particularly the film sector,” said Ajay Mittal, Secretary, Information & Broadcasting, Government of India, while inaugurating the 18th edition of FICCI FRAMES 2017, in Mumbai on 21st March 2017.
“1.7 crore people have downloaded the Bhim app and India’s digital economy will be worth $1 trillion in the coming years. Today, no change can happen without the involvement of people and hence we want more and more participation from the citizens of the country,” said the special guest of honour Ravi Shankar Prasad, Minister of Law and Justice and Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India, while inaugurating the 3rd Digital India Summit and Award, organised by Times Network in New Delhi on March 23.
The CABLE TV SHOW 2017 KOLKATA, one of the largest show on satellite and cable television & broadband in India, was a roaring success this year with numerous and leading business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) units coming together at the Netaji Indoor Stadium for three days from January 4 to January 6.
The stakes are rising! With AsiaPac pay-TV & broadband revenues set to touch US$14 billion in 2016, multichannel TV and digital media owners, carriers and investors are ever more reliant on innovative content, original delivery platforms and closer connections with customers. With average economic growth outperforming the rest of the world, Asia Pac represents more than half the global population and best of all, customers are still young -- and they have money to spend!
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) released a draft Telecommunication (Broadcasting and Cable Services) (Eighth) (Addressable Systems) Tariff Order, 2016 on 10 October 2016. The draft Tariff Order aims to create an enabling environment for orderly growth of the television broadcasting sector in the light of various developments related to technology, emergence of multiple distribution platforms, evolving business models, and enhanced addressability across platforms.
The 26th Broadcast India Show concluded on 22 October in Mumbai, and was easily the most exciting Broadcast India Show yet. With thousands of eager, high-quality trade visitors swarming the show floor, a sentiment signalling highly-beneficial exchanges and interactions echoed through the halls of the Bombay Exhibition Centre and was at the tip of our exhibitors’ tongues.
India’s Premier Professional AudioVisual (Pro-AV) and Information Communications Technology (ICT) Show Sets New Benchmarks For Visitors, Exhibitors and Summit Delegates, Winning Plaudits for Its Cutting-edge Solutions for Building Smart Cities and Plugging Businesses Into the Hyper-connected World
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