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By Techarc
5G to pace up revenues for the telecom sector in India with it reaching the landmark revenues of ₹10 Lakh crores by 2023
September 7, 2022

The telecom industry is expected to add ₹1 Lakh crore in every 3 years compared to previous trend of adding the same in 4 years period.The telecom sector is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.4% between 2020-2025, while smartphones industry will lead the growth at a CAGR of 15.9% during the period.₹2 out of every ₹3 earned by the sector are directly paid by the consumers with the remaining coming from telecom operators and enterprises.Smartphone growth will continue to be backed by upgrade and replacement trends with estimated

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Digital Republic
By Faisal Kawoosa
The Digital Republic!
January 26, 2022

If the decade of 90s is known as the LPG decade, 2010 onwards it has been the decade of digital which is making the country Republic to its essence.

One of the fundamental inherent ingredients of technology especially the digitally led technologies is that it empowers the end users. This is the essence of being a republic nation as well. While in democracy the people get a chance to elect their representatives, republic ensures that the power rests with the people through their elected representatives.

Digital ecosystem

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Chipset Market Share 1H 2021
By Techarc
MediaTek emerges as the preferred chipset partner for Smartphone OEMs in India
August 20, 2021

Out of total 117, 54 smartphone models were launched in 1H’21 (Jan-Jun) using a MediaTek SoC.  Qualcomm led the 5G smartphone launches with 20 out of 35 models launched using its chipset.

Even as the pandemic jitter continues to loom over the market sentiments giving shock waves to the industry along with the erratic supply-chain issues which seem not to be settling before mid of 2022, a total of 117 smartphones were launched in India in the 1st half (Jan-Jun) of 2021.

Among smartphone OEMs Samsung led with 16 launches, closely followed

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India 5G Use-Cases Feasibility Mapping_techARC
By Techarc
Government has a vital role to play in 5G adoption as a consumer
November 5, 2018

Gurugram – Monday, November 5, 2018: techARC, today released 5G use-cases feasibility mapping for India.  The map plots some of the main use cases of 5G as per their feasibility in India.

The feasibility map plots use-cases against impact in terms of the population it can benefit versus the affordability of the segment or the service enabling entity like the government.

Releasing the report, Faisal Kawoosa, Founder and Principal Analyst, techARC, said, “The government has a critical role in the demand generation in case of 5G services.  The initial feasible use cases are expected to

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