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DIGITAL INDIA
KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE
Conference 19-20Feb16
Building Robust Telecom Infrastructure
for DIGITAL
INDIA
By
Jacob M...
Digital India for Empowered India
Discussion Points
1.Snapshot of Telecom Industry in India
(Source TRAI Report, dt 16Feb1...
Snapshot of Telecom
Industry in India (Source TRAI
Report, dt 16Feb16)
Digital India for Empowered India
Digital India for Empowered India
Number of Telephone Subscribers crossed 1022.61 Million
With Teledensity of 80.98%
Total...
Digital India for Empowered India
997 Mn are Wireless subscribers – 97%
26 Mn are Wire line subscribers – 3%
Composition o...
Rural-Urban Divide!
• Urban Teledensity
153.49%
• 599.01 Million Urban
Subscriptions
• Rural Teledensity 48.76% • 423.61 M...
Digital India for Empowered India
Out of 325 Mn total Internet Users, 305 Mn are Wireless
Internet Penetration
Digital India for Empowered India
Indian Telecom today
• Total Subscribers (Wireline+Wireless) 1023 Mn
• Market Share of P...
Digital India and Role of
Telecom
Digital India for Empowered India
Digital India for Empowered India
The 9 Pillars of Digital India
Digital India for Empowered India
1. Broadband Highways
2. Universal Access to Phones
3. Pu...
Relation of the Pillars with Telecom
Digital India for Empowered India
1. Broadband Highways - Telecom
2. Universal Access...
Telecom an Integral Part of
DIGITAL INDIA
Digital India for Empowered India
• DIGITAL INDIA is possible only with a Robust...
Idea Cellular Limited
Digital India for Empowered India
Digital India for Empowered India
Digital India for Empowered India
3G Coverage - 48% of Total
Population in 13 Circles
2G Coverage - 80% Total
Population P...
Challenges to Network
Expansion
& OFC Laying
Digital India for Empowered India
Spectrum
Digital India for Empowered India
Lowest Spectrum availability per Subscriber!
Other Concern areas
Digital India for Empowered India
• Not Treating Telecom Companies as Partners in
development
• Lack o...
Government Support
Digital India for Empowered India
Indian Telecom is geared up to play its Role……..
What Government should do?
Digital India for Empowered India
• Treat Telecom Companies as Partners in development to
accel...
What more can be done?
Digital India for Empowered India
Telecom - An Engine for Renewable
Energy Generation
Digital India for Empowered India
Basics of telecom Network Infrastruc...
Schematic Diagram of Network
Digital India for Empowered India
The Network is operational 24x7, 365 Days
The Opportunity
Digital India for Empowered India
Electricity is the only input which goes in to a Telecom
Network. The cu...
Present Policy
Digital India for Empowered India
LOAD
Conditions
•Permitted for Connected load > 1MW
•It should be a Singl...
Proposals - 1
Digital India for Empowered India
LOAD
Reduce the connected load requirement:
Bring down from 1 MW to 250 KW...
Proposals - 2
Digital India for Empowered India
L
1L
2L
3
Allow Connected load aggregation of
Multiple Consumer numbers of...
Proposal-3
Digital India for Empowered India
LOAD
Meterin
g
Village Electrification through
decentralized energy
generatio...
Digital India for Empowered India
> 18,000 Cr pa₹
Grid Power cost
In Telecom
INVEST HERE
ABATE HERE
THIS IS A HUGE OPPORTU...
Thank You
Digital India for Empowered India
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Building Robust Telecom Infrastructure for DIGITAL INDIA - Jacob Mathew, Senior Vice President - Network Services, Idea Cellular Limited

  1. 1. DIGITAL INDIA KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE Conference 19-20Feb16 Building Robust Telecom Infrastructure for DIGITAL INDIA By Jacob Mathew Senior Vice President – Networks (Projects) Idea Cellular Ltd. 20Feb16 Digital India for Empowered India
  2. 2. Digital India for Empowered India Discussion Points 1.Snapshot of Telecom Industry in India (Source TRAI Report, dt 16Feb16) 2.Digital India and Role of Telecom 3.The Challenges 4.Government Support 5.What more can be done?
  3. 3. Snapshot of Telecom Industry in India (Source TRAI Report, dt 16Feb16) Digital India for Empowered India
  4. 4. Digital India for Empowered India Number of Telephone Subscribers crossed 1022.61 Million With Teledensity of 80.98% Total Telephone Subscribers in India
  5. 5. Digital India for Empowered India 997 Mn are Wireless subscribers – 97% 26 Mn are Wire line subscribers – 3% Composition of Subscribers in India
  6. 6. Rural-Urban Divide! • Urban Teledensity 153.49% • 599.01 Million Urban Subscriptions • Rural Teledensity 48.76% • 423.61 Million Rural Subscriptions Digital India for Empowered India
  7. 7. Digital India for Empowered India Out of 325 Mn total Internet Users, 305 Mn are Wireless Internet Penetration
  8. 8. Digital India for Empowered India Indian Telecom today • Total Subscribers (Wireline+Wireless) 1023 Mn • Market Share of Private Telecom Operators in Wireless domain 91.6% • Total Wireless Subscribers 997 Mn (97.5%) • Number of Wireless Internet Users 305 Mn (94%) • Number of Internet Users 325 Mn It’s the Private Enterprise which led the Spread & Penetration of Telecom and Internet in India Source TRAI Report 16Feb16
  9. 9. Digital India and Role of Telecom Digital India for Empowered India
  10. 10. Digital India for Empowered India
  11. 11. The 9 Pillars of Digital India Digital India for Empowered India 1. Broadband Highways 2. Universal Access to Phones 3. Public Internet Access Program 4. E-Governance 5. eKranti - Electronic Delivery of Services 6. Information for all 7. Electronics Manufacturing 8. IT For jobs 9. Early Harvest Program
  12. 12. Relation of the Pillars with Telecom Digital India for Empowered India 1. Broadband Highways - Telecom 2. Universal Access to Phones - Telecom 3. Public Internet Access Program - Telecom 4. E-Governance - Telecom 5. eKranti - Electronic Delivery of Services - Telecom 6. Information for all - Telecom 7. Electronics Manufacturing 8. IT For jobs - Telecom 9. Early Harvest Program - Telecom Telecom is the Enabling Infrastructure and the Delivery platform for DIGITAL INDIA
  13. 13. Telecom an Integral Part of DIGITAL INDIA Digital India for Empowered India • DIGITAL INDIA is possible only with a Robust Telecom Infrastructure • Private Telecom Operators have a major role to play in Empowering India through DIGITAL INDIA • Network expansion & OFC laying are most essential for creating the enabling ecosystem for spreading Broadband connectivity DIGITAL INDIA is no more a dream, Indian Telecom is geared up to play its Role……..
  14. 14. Idea Cellular Limited Digital India for Empowered India
  15. 15. Digital India for Empowered India
  16. 16. Digital India for Empowered India 3G Coverage - 48% of Total Population in 13 Circles 2G Coverage - 80% Total Population PAN India 3G Coverage - 85% of Towns & 15% Villages in 13 Circles 2G Coverage - 93% of Towns & 58% Villages PAN India Idea Cellular Limited
  17. 17. Challenges to Network Expansion & OFC Laying Digital India for Empowered India
  18. 18. Spectrum Digital India for Empowered India Lowest Spectrum availability per Subscriber!
  19. 19. Other Concern areas Digital India for Empowered India • Not Treating Telecom Companies as Partners in development • Lack of Regulations, Multiple Regulations, Impractical Regulations & Misinterpretation of regulations • Public interference due to alleged Radiation Fears • Delay in ROW clearance for Site Build & OFC Laying • Non renewal of existing Sites due to Radiation fears or irrational Rental demands Telecom is not treated well in comparison with the Public good it delivers and the money it generates for the Exchequer
  20. 20. Government Support Digital India for Empowered India Indian Telecom is geared up to play its Role……..
  21. 21. What Government should do? Digital India for Empowered India • Treat Telecom Companies as Partners in development to accelerate DIGITAL INDIA Transformation • Acknowledge the Role of Private Telecom Operators in DIGITAL INDIA & communicate the same down the rank & file • Integrate the Network & OFC expansion plans of the Telecom Companies in the DIGITAL INDIA Master plan of that State / Region • Government to play a more active role in alleviating the Radiation fears from the minds of Public • Establish Speedy decision making mechanisms within the Government to approve RoW clearances for OFC and Tower State Governments & Local authorities should assume Stake Holder roles in Telecom Expansions to make DIGITAL INDIA faster
  22. 22. What more can be done? Digital India for Empowered India
  23. 23. Telecom - An Engine for Renewable Energy Generation Digital India for Empowered India Basics of telecom Network Infrastructure The Mobile Network Architecture can be roughly divided in to 4 levels as below, MS – Mobile Station, popularly known as the Mobile Phones BTS – Base Transreceiving Station BSC - Base Station Controller MSC - Mobile Switching Centre MS is the Handset in the hands of the Subscriber & Rest of the installations are owned and operated by the Telecom Companies.
  24. 24. Schematic Diagram of Network Digital India for Empowered India The Network is operational 24x7, 365 Days
  25. 25. The Opportunity Digital India for Empowered India Electricity is the only input which goes in to a Telecom Network. The cumulative connected load of entire Telecom Network across the Nation is estimated to be more than 12GW, running 24x7, 365 days Telecom Companies can enter in to Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with Renewable Energy Generators (Solar or Wind Technology based Power Generating Agencies) against their grid power consumption If this is permitted there is huge opportunities to develop Renewable Energy Power Generation Plants
  26. 26. Present Policy Digital India for Empowered India LOAD Conditions •Permitted for Connected load > 1MW •It should be a Single Consumer number Limitations of the present Policy •Connected load stipulation – limiting participation •Load aggregation of the same consumer not allowed •Very limited Options for PPAs in the present regulatory regime
  27. 27. Proposals - 1 Digital India for Empowered India LOAD Reduce the connected load requirement: Bring down from 1 MW to 250 KW, permitting more installations to come under the Scheme. (Most MSCs will qualify)
  28. 28. Proposals - 2 Digital India for Empowered India L 1L 2L 3 Allow Connected load aggregation of Multiple Consumer numbers of same Consumer: If this is allowed Telecom Operators will be able to support huge RET deployments
  29. 29. Proposal-3 Digital India for Empowered India LOAD Meterin g Village Electrification through decentralized energy generation and distribution Allow Off grid RET Plants for Open Access scheme. There is lot of scope for Village Electrification based on RET based Power Generation
  30. 30. Digital India for Empowered India > 18,000 Cr pa₹ Grid Power cost In Telecom INVEST HERE ABATE HERE THIS IS A HUGE OPPORTUNITY
  31. 31. Thank You Digital India for Empowered India

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