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1 EAST AFRICACOM 2014 & BUYER-SELLER MEET INDIA- KENYA Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya 9 th September 2014

2 ICT in India Country Largest Democracy 1.2 billion Population Economy GDP growth of 5% Stable Policy Regime Strength Large Pool of Young Talented Over 50% under 35 Growing Middle Class Telecom 2 nd largest Telecom Network 943 m Telecom Subscriber 915 m Wireless Subscriber Overall Teledensity 75.80, Rural Teledensity & Urban Teledensity Broadba nd 68 million Broadband Subscriber 15 m wired broadband and 53m wireless broadband Internet 240 million Internet Subscriber 90% access internet through Mobile Lowest Tariff rate in India ICT Sector

3 Voice e- Commerce e-Health e- Education Mobile Commerce Mobile Banking Mobile Health Mobile Health Mobile Education Data 100 m User 50 m User 33 m User Social Media US$ 16 b (88% YoY Growth) ICT in India

4 Telephone Subscribers & Tele-density

5 Broadband Subscribers

6 Growth Potential Network Expansion  1.2 billion subscribers by 2017 Broadband  175 million Broadband by 2017  Broadband coverage for all secondary and higher secondary schools, Village Panchayats and all public health care centers  Connecting all villages and rural teledensity of at least 70 by 2017  Leveraging USO funds for faster expansion of broadband  Universal Access through support for shared infrastructure for rural cellular mobile  Optical fibre connectivity for broadband upto Village Panchayats

7 Growth Potential  Government of India has approved the setting up of National Optical Fiber Network (NOFN) to provide high speed broadband connectivity to all the 2,50,000 Gram Panchayats (GPs)  Laying 500K Route Kilometres of Incremental fibre OFC  Enable stake holders to provide the basket of services in e- governance, e-health and e-education etc  Estimated cost is about US $4.5 billion, equal investment by private sector  Bharat Broadband Network Limited (BBNL), a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), has been set up to implement this project. Estimated cost of the project is about US $4 billion, equal investment by private sector

8 Objective to give 250,000 Panchayats of India Broadband Connectivity 8 Population1.17Billion Area (Sq. Kms) 3,287,263 States29 UT7 Districts604 Blocks6,382 Villages6,38,619 Panchayats2,50,000 (69% Rural)

9 FDI Policy in Telecom Sector  Third most attractive Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) location in the world  FDI of 100% (49% under automatic route) for all telecom services  FDI of 100% is permitted through the automatic route in telecom equipment manufacturing

10 Cumulative FDI Inflow in Telecom Sector Cumulative FDI in telecom sector from April 2000 to June 2014 is US $ 16,158 million ( US $ 21 million from Kenya)

11 National Telecom Policy 2012  To create an inclusive knowledge society through proliferation of affordable and high quality broadband services across the nation  Make available 500 MHz additional spectrum  “Broadband on demand” by 2015  600 million broadband connections by 2020  Delivery of various citizen centric services even in remote and rural areas

12 National Telecom Policy 2012 on Promoting R&D, Manufacturing and Standardization  Promote the ecosystem for design, Research and Development, IPR creation, testing, standardization and manufacturing i.e. complete value chain for domestic production of telecommunication equipment to meet Indian telecom sector demand to the extent of 60% and 80% with a minimum value addition of 45% and 65% by the year 2017 and 2020 respectively  Create a corpus to promote indigenous R&D, IPR creation, entrepreneurship, manufacturing, commercialisation and deployment of state-of-the-art telecom products and services  Set up Telecom Standards Development Organisation (TSDO) and industry led standardization body - Telecom Standards Development Society, India (TSDSI)

13 Policy to Promote Telecom Equipment Manufacturing  No industrial license for manufacturing of telecom equipment  100% Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) through automatic route  Fully repatriable dividend income and capital invested  Payments for royalty, lump sum fee for transfer of technology and payments for use of trademark/brand name on the automatic route  Promotion of telecom product specific SEZs  Modified Special Incentive Package Scheme and Electronics Manufacturing Cluster Schemes to provide subsidy and incentives upto 25% of investment

14 Exports of Telecom Equipment

15 Exports of Telecom Services

16 Bilateral Trade with Kenya Sr. No.\Year EXPORT1,4522,1822,2773,7703,882 2%Growth IMPORT %Growth TOTAL TRADE 1,5312,3062,3913,8764,009 6%Growth TRADE BALANCE 1,3732,0582,1643,6643,755 (Value in US$ Million)

17 Export of Telecom Equipment to Kenya Sr. No. Description/ year Telecom Devices Telecom Apparatus Telecom Cables 1111 Total (Value in US$ Million )

18 Telecom Equipment and Services Export Promotion Council (TEPC)  Telecom Equipment and Services Export Promotion Council (TEPC) has been set up by Department of Commerce and Ministry of Communications & IT  Secretary, Telecom is the Chairman and Additional Secretary, Telecom is the Vice Chairman of TEPC Vision To make India a globally competitive telecom manufacturing & services hub for driving telecom export

19 East AfricaCom 2014 & Buyer Seller Meet 1)Adishwar Tele-Networks 2)Birla Ericsson Optical Ltd. 3)Dyotis Technologies Pvt. Ltd. 4)Frog Cellsat Ltd. 5)Prayaag Technologies 6)Space Telelink Ltd. 7)Star Technologies 8)Telecommunications Consultants India Ltd. 9)Tejas Strategic Technologies Pvt Ltd. 10)Telimart Systems 11)Warm Connect Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

20 Product Categorization A)Telecom Manufacturing i.Antennas ii.Mobile BTS & Fall Arrest System iii.Repeaters iv.RF Components v.Optical Fiber Cables vi.OFC Blowing Machines vii.Transmission Equipment B)Telecom Services

21 A)Telecom Manufacturing

22 Antennas Telimart Systems

23 Repeaters Frog Cellsat Ltd.

24 RF Components Space Telelink Ltd.

25 Optical Fiber Cables Birla Ericsson Optical Ltd.

26 OFC Blowing Machines Prayaag TechnologiesAdishwar Tele-Networks

27 Transmission Equipment Tejas Strategic Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

28 B)Telecom Services

29 Telecom Services 1) Dyotis Technologies Pvt. Ltd. -Software product design, product development, quality assurance, product support and consulting services 2) Star Technologies -Fiber Maintenances, OFC Test & Measuring Equipment Repair & Service and IT & Security Solutions 3) Telecommunications Consultants India Ltd. -Consultancy Services, Managed Services, Turnkey Projects and Trainings 4) Warm Connect Solutions Pvt. Ltd. -The Warm Dialer uses Vicidial, the world's most versatile dialer. It can switch between power, auto, predictive and broadcast modes. Warm Dialer comes in multiple flavors. Hourly charging with no setup fee, contracts or minimums make it easy to buy.

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