According to Convergence India statistics, India’s internet economy will surpass $250 billion by year-end. Our country is anticipated to reach 84 billion internet video minutes per month by the end of 2021, with total unique subscribers reaching 955 million. Launched in 1992, Convergence India has come a long way since it was conceptualised. It has turned into a mega expo showcasing convergence of technologies in the fields of communications, digital Broadcast, IoT, AR, VR, Artificial Intelligence, robotics, embedded technology, mobile, gaming and entertainment.
It is a mecca of industry experts coming together under one roof to take ahead the vision to make India a $1-trillion digital economy in the coming years. Every year, the expo culminates into a networking opportunity for exhibitors, speakers, visitors and delegates, thus, resulting in empowering the citizens of the country by transforming the landscape of Indian economy. The event highlights over 25,000 visitors every year, over 800 exhibitors, around 1500 delegates, over 200 eminent speakers, and participation from over 30 countries.
The exhibition has served as a go-to for all things technology, enabling companies to tap on the best knowledge and add value to their businesses. It is a platform for people to experience new product launches and latest release announcements. It enables the exhibitors to tap on the latest industry trends, and gauge the market competition. Through a series of conference tracks, workshops, keynotes and sessions that focus on themes that are poised to disrupt and challenge the media industry in the near future, participants will learn about the impact these advancements will have on driving operational efficiencies and increasing revenue.
This year, the expo is all set to put up demonstrations from global influential companies, with a plethora of products relating to content production, content management, content delivery, emerging technologies, and enterprise solutions.
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