Ravindra Saini, Founder and CEO, Aria Telecom Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

India has already marked an unbelievable faster growth in digitalization with numerous changes introduced in the telecom sector. The digitalization of India is no doubt an initiative toward an advanced future and the telecom sector plays a vital role in it.

The digital conversion of India is hugely dependent on Internet bandwidth where telecom players are ruling the game. Digital data need to be mobilized between different mediums to spread information and this is where telecom providers work to realize it. Telecom providers initialize services at different levels to transfer data from one medium to another. Not only this, but the whole infrastructure is also changing to keep the pace with speed of digitalization.

Replacement of Copper Cable with Fiber Cable for Better Bandwidth

To cope with the speed and smoothen the process of faster Internet bandwidth, Indian telecom providers are replacing old copper cables with fiber cable. There are many benefits of using fiber Internet connectivity.

Fiber-optic internet is 10 times faster than the highest speed copper connection. It offers data transfer range from 5 Mbps to 100 Gbps which never make the user to notice the internet connection going down. Moreover, with digitalization, businesses are now more inclined toward cloud facility which requires much faster access to data. Fiber-optic connectivity makes it possible for businesses to easily access data from the cloud network and store information into that with higher security.

Not only this, but also for SIP trunking, online conferencing, HD video streaming and information sharing, businesses need high data bandwidth speed. Although fiber-optic is not unlimited but the bandwidth it offer is higher than other terms of internet speed.

Introduction of New Business Communication System

Businesses are using EPBAX and PBX with convergence appliance for meeting internet communication compliance. To meet the standard of business communication system standard, the appliances need to have GPON port, ethernet port, LTE and 4G Port for backup of data, wi-fi, IP PBX with IP phone connectivity. In a way, it requires a multifunctional universal gateway that offers connectivity to VoIP network, PLMN, and PSTN via a standard 1U device. Such a system offers smooth data migration from traditional PBX to a comprehensive system that integrates with VoIP, PLMN, and PSTN. Such a communication system also offers GUI for PLMN-based or PSTN-based communication service. 

Enhanced Data Security

With continuous steps toward digitalization, data security has become an important subject. While all businesses are moving toward cloud-based system, it is very important to have absolutely encrypted data secured with highest security means. Businesses that use cloud data services, use high level of access security at every level. To use such high standard security, businesses require high-speed internet services with most compact telecom devices. This is where, telecom players are modifying their services to meet the needs of clients. 

An Advanced Integrated System

To comply with the new telecom transformation, businesses now require a faster ERP/CRM integration for their communication services. Services such as click to dial or incoming call pop-up information require high-speed internet facility with modern featured telecom solution devices. To use telephone number masking or SMS/email integration or text chat also, businesses demand an impeccable telecommunication service with high-end configuration.

Telecom technology in India is now shining brighter with higher speed and integration to provide best services to businesses. India is now focused toward adopting 4G technology to be one of the few countries with higher internet speed and best communication services.


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