Global companies can leverage “experiences and expertise” of Indian telecom industry for providing cost-effective solutions in their home markets, Communications Minister Manoj Sinha said today.
“…We can genuinely plan for making the world a better place to live, with intelligent and smart services, with quality equipment and better service delivery. With our experiences and expertise it will be easier for you to achieve this target,” Sinha said inaugurating the 8th Telecom Export Promotion Council’s Buyer-Seller meet.
Sinha further said that experience of Indian industry of taking technology to remote corners at an affordable price can be leveraged by others to provide cost-effective communication solutions in their home countries.
As many as 28 countries from South Asia, South-East Asia, Caribbean, Latin America and Africa are taking part in the event.
Sinha said India has all the ingredients of a globally competitive telecom industry including large domestic market, world-class talent, focus on R&D and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) creation besides a robust framework for electronic manufacturing.
He said Indian manufacturers have already made significant strides in exports of IT and telecom products to several countries and established that Indian products are of world-class quality and globally competitive on technology and price.
Terming Indian telecom sector’s growth as phenomenal, the Minister said the country is considered as the fastest growing telecom market in the world with the second largest subscriber base.
“If you are looking for secure ICT products, you should rely on Indian products, our industry is eager to share the know how…” he said.