2011 organized by FICCI has received poor response from the industry. Many big
industry players including Nokia Siemens Networks, Motorola and Huawei were
The number of
visitors was also less as compared with previous years, a senior telecom
ministry official said.
claim that over 235 companies have participated India Telecom 2011 to garner
greater awareness and forge new partnerships with potential stakeholders and
equipment vendors did not showcase any new technologies. Ericsson showcased
their cloud offerings which will be launched soon globally.
participants include Aircel, Alphion India, Alvarion, Bharti Airtel, BSNL,
CDOT, Delta Power, Ericsson, Escorts, ITI Limited, MTNL, NEC, Orckit Corrigent,
Philips, Reliance Communications Limited, Selvon Instruments, Shyam
Telecom/Vihaan Networks, Siemens Gigaset, Space Telelink, TCIL,
Tulip Telecom, Vodafone, ZTE and more.
India Telecom 2011 achieved 16 percent increased interest from first time
international brand names from 41 countries. These includes Arktavara,
Electroskandia, HMS, Naloto, Wrap, Arkavator, Altan Technologies, Aprel, DDS
Wireless International, Dejero Labs, Enghouse Systems Ltd., Fixmo, Mobify,
Mobsafety, Netsweeper, pplconnect, RX Networks, Sandvine, SDP Telecom, Star
Solutions, Tranzeo Wireless, ServersCheck, Nomadesk, KamaxOptic Communication,
Glsun science and Tech, Gigalight Technology, Quickte Technology, Dongguan
Huisu Antenna Techonlogy, Shenzhen FTTX Technology, Wuxi Zhongxing
Ooptoelectronics, Shenzhen Muyao Science Technology, Shenzhen G&T
Industrial Development, Wuxi Advance Optical Fiber, Changzhou Xinsheng
Electrical Appliance, Dong Guan TW-SCIE, Innolight Technology Corporation, DJ
Optical, Zhejiang Chaoqian Communication Equipment, Linket Elevtronic
Technology, AOA Technologyt and many more.