CNBC India launches forum for Indian telecom industry

MUMBAI: Business channel CNBC India has linked up with Computer Associates to launch 'Telecom Turf', touted as the first of its kind corporate colloquium of the Indian telecom Industry.

The channel says 'The Telecom Turf' will focus on challenges as well as parameters for growth in this sector, developments on limited mobility telephony, funding pressure, price wars and consolidation in the industry, among other issues. Initiated by a panel of corporate chieftains and thinkers from the industry, this interactive session is to be held on 19 July at the Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai.

This event for the telecom industry acquires significance in the light of the current developments in this space, currently undergoing a transition with respect to regulations, technology and private sector participation. The telecom industry is going through a critical phase in its evolution in India and decisions that are being taken today are likely to have a far-reaching impact on the future of individual businesses and the sector as a whole. The panel of speakers from the telecom industry would comprise personalities like Akhil Gupta (CEO Corporate Development Reliance Industries) F B Cardozo (BPL Mobile), Pramod Saxena (CEO Motorola), Amitabh Kumar (Zee Televentures), Akhil Gupta (Jt. MD Bharti Telecom), Shyamal Ghosh (Universal Service Fund Administrator & Ex-Secretary - Dept of Telecommunications) and Rajiv Mehrotra (President ABTO).

Computer Associates claims to be a leading provider of e-business infrastructure management solutions in India.

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