Wire and Wireless (India) Limited, lagging behind the other
leading multi-system operators like Hathway Cable & Datacom
and Den Networks, is planning a revival.
The Subhash Chandra-promoted MSO has lined up a debt of Rs
2.50 billion from a consortium of banks and is looking at
deploying Rs 2.5 million set-top boxes in the three metros
of Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai that fall under the first phase
of digitisation mandated by the government.
company appointed Anil Malhotra, who was earlier with Digicable,
as its chief operating officer a few months back after its
CEO Sudhir Agarwal quit the company.
Rawat has also joined from Digicable as WWIL COO - Siticable.
He was national head operations -Analog at Digicable.