Telecom R&D center, Center for Development of Telematics (C-DoT) has decided to partner with telecom companies (Basic/Cellular operators) to provide total telecom solutions to enable the operators to meet the customer expectations. This was stated at the Partnership summit organized by C-DoT in New Delhi, which brought together leading telecom operators BSNL, Bharti, Shyam, Idea, TATA
Teleservices, MTNL, etc.
The major objective of the partnership summit was to apprise the Telecom companies about the C-DoT's technical strengths, products, technologies and solutions and its plans to develop futuristic technologies for the requirements of telecom markets.
Using the inputs of operators, C-DoT is looking forward to cater to generic and specific needs of the telecom service, providing companies through various models of cooperation including long-term understanding and sustaining partnership, on mutually identified area of technology solutions.
Participating in the seminar, Prithipal Singh, CMD, BSNL said that operators have to meet customer expectations, in terms of quality of service and reduce tariff. Telecom Commission Adviser (Technology) Lalwani said that C-DoT has to partner with operators to meet the services and technologies they need.
Rajiv Mehrotra, Chairman, Shyam Technologies, said that Government and DoT should support indigenous technology. DoT Member (Technology) KH Khan appreciated C-DoT for taking initiative and becoming market oriented.
Cyber News Service