Industry leaders’ deliberate on “Green Telecom” at Convergence India 2015


India’s leading experts from the Telecom, Broadcast and Digital Media Industry continued their discussion on the industry, needs and demands at the 23rd Convergence India 2015 Exposition in New Delhi.

The second day of the three day expo saw some of the high-powered conferences and witnessed over 120 CXO’s who exchanged views on engaging topics such as “Green Telecom in Digital India”, “TV white space & it’s utility for mobile services”, “M2M Adoption”, “OTT- Transforming the future of TV” and “TV Vas—Drive for growth of Digital TV”.


Speaking at the forum B.M Baveja, Scientist G & Group Coordinator, Department of Electronics & IT, Ministry of Communication & IT had said “Proliferation of broadband to rural masses is needed and this technology can be further exploited for the vision of Digital India to come into light.”

One of the path breaking sessions of the day was the “CEO’s Power Panel” themed as “Next Gen Television: Reshaping content with new solutions for multiscreen content delivery and interactive experiences.” Carl Walter Holst, CEO, Appear TV, a key panellist from the CEO Power Panel, shared, “One of the great challenges that is present in the multi- screen world is that you really have to send all of the signals at the same time in different formats”.

Prem Behl, Chairman, Exhibitions India Group, said “Convergence India 2015 expo will aid in knowledge sharing, trend forecasting, business development setting the future roadmap for a Digital India.”

The final day of the Convergence India 2015 expo will witness two landmark sessions, 2nd Annual Telecom Summit 2015 and 2nd Annual FTTH Council Asia Pacific Summit. It will also foresee the jury round of Aegis Graham Bell Awards, continued to partner with Convergence India, which will be used as the forum to recognise and honour industry leaders in the field of telecom, broadcast, media and entertainment.

The 2015 exhibition has attracted over 400 companies and their CEO’s from 30 countries including Australia, Canada, China, Japan, Norway, Singapore, South Korea, UAE, UK, USA, to name a few showcasing the latest trends and technologies in broadband, telecom, cable, satellite, digital India, cloud computing, VAS, LTE Networks etc. Over 15,000 trade visitors are expected to visit the expo over 3 days.