How smart city infrastructure is being implemented by towercos

Indus Towers’ CEO explains the roadmap for distributed networks and smart cities in India

Read this article to learn:

  • What the Digital India initiative involves and progress to date
  • How new business models are accelerating project roll out
  • How regulation is restricting towerco ability to own active infrastructure
  • Additional services being offered through smart cities - surveillance, fibrisation, digital advertising and sensors
  • Towerco requirements from service providers and equipment manufacturers

Bimal Dayal is the Chief Executive Officer of Indus Towers. He joined Indus as the Chief Operating Officer in February 2010 and since then has led the company to achieve many milestones. In the past, Bimal has worked with Tata Telecom which gave him exposure of Business Enterprise across geographies. He then joined Ericsson in…

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