Light Reading Asia Launches With Deep Focus on India
New site features multi-page report that provides an in-depth guide to India's fixed and mobile markets, including a snapshot of all the service providers, the key trends, and a map of India's service areas, or 'circles'
Apr 21, 2009
A new seven-page report, "A Guide to India's Telecom Market," has been published to inaugurate the launch of Light Reading Asia (www.lightreading.com/asia), which provides Light Reading's readers with a single point of reference for its coverage of the Asia/Pacific region.
The report is timely and relevant to Light Reading's global readership. "India is the fastest-growing telecom market in the world, with more than 10 million new wireless connections being activated every month," says Ray Le Maistre, Light Reading's International News Editor. "If that rate is maintained, India's operators could end this year with 500 million activated lines, up from 347 million at the end of 2008. That level of growth, and how it is managed and maintained, is of great interest to telecom service providers all over the world, and provides new opportunities, and challenges, for the global vendor community."
The report, written by LR Asia Site Editor Catherine Haslam, explains this vast yet complex market, and provides a snapshot of the latest developments in the critical mobile services sector, a rundown of the country's many operators and their services, and a map of India's 22 telecom service areas, known as "circles."
You may read the Guide here: www.lightreading.com/document.asp?doc_id=175079
LR Asia's coverage isn't restricted to India, though. It will provide news and analysis on all the Asia/Pacific markets, focusing on the latest service, technology, and regulatory developments that are affecting the availability, evolution, and use of communications services. For example, the site's recent backlog of stories includes coverage of Australia's fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) broadband rollout aspirations, capital expenditure plans in South Korea, next-generation network developments in Singapore, and the latest news from China's emerging 3G mobile market.
The site also includes "Top 10 Telecom Markets: Asia," an in-depth report on the hottest markets in the Asia/Pacific region: www.lightreading.com/document.asp?doc_id=169852
Light Reading Asia will offer the communications industry online advertising, lead-generation programs, regionally focused Webinars, video programming, and live events, including Broadband India 2.0, a two-city conference in September to be held in Mumbai and New Delhi (see www.lightreading.com/broadbandindia for more information on the conference).
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