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jabailo
jabailo
3/29/2015 | 4:51:58 PM
Re: Mind Boggling
I can understand the hardware network being out of date due to inadequate spending coupled with high growth, but wouldn't India use the same software for networking as everyone else?

Or do they have barriers to entry or high tariffs for imported technology like software?


SachinEE
SachinEE
3/29/2015 | 3:40:53 PM
Re: Mind Boggling
Our networks are so backdated even by 4G standards, there is too much latency on these networks, too much noise and too little software and hardware development to support these systems.
jabailo
jabailo
3/28/2015 | 12:55:29 PM
Mind Boggling
A nation of 1.2 billion with incredible population density.  It's hard to comprehend the complexity of building and running telecommunication infrastructure in the Indian nation!   The US with its sprawl and unpopulated rural areas doesn't even come close to the problems involved!

 

 


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