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Seconded European Standardization Expert in India

3rd LTE Summit 2013, held on April 19, 2013 at Mumbai

LTE has now been embraced as the future of commercial wireless communications by most operators in the world and India is no different, Early 2012 India has witnessed first commercial LTE launch. The number of LTE subscribers is set for dynamic growth in the next five years, as operators build and trial LTE in order to cope with the increasing demand of data traffic on their networks. The proposed successful launch of a number of LTE networks in India is driving ever greater adoption of 4G services.
Cerebral Business research organized 3rd LTE Summit 2013 on 19th April 2013 at Mumbai in association with 3rd Generation Partnership Projects (3GPP) and Broadband Wireless Consortium of India (BWCI).
3rd LTE Summit 2013 provided a perfect platform the entire LTE ecosystem to come together to search for new partners and learn from the market leaders about their deployment experiences and unparalleled breadth and depth of discussion around the positive future prospects of mobile broadband in India.
SESEI addressed an audience of 150 delegates from the industry and presented;

• 3GPP scope, approach, objective,
• RAN and SA Updates including
• Project SESEI

Event photographs

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