Our communication infrastructure is a complex ecosystem consisting of broader internet, cellular networks, local area networks, and optical backhaul networks. It offers service to almost all aspects of our daily life and is likely to become even more essential to us as we move toward a future involving the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), and 5G. The communication infrastructure will be challenged with regard to availability, capacity, and data throughput.
Fiber-based technologies are becoming key enablers of digital India. The relevance of fiber to the home (FTTH) is propelling India’s digital growth story. Fiber could be the most critical infrastructure that we need today, and therefore the government intends to increase the country’s fiber footprint to 7.5 million fiber kilometers by 2022.
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