Fibre connectivity – A Gamechanger for Digital India

There is no contesting the importance of digital connectivity, especially in a fast-growing economy like ours. India has vehemently embraced the digital revolution, making it a bedrock of development in urban as well as rural ecosystems. Read More

Connectivity to redefine healthcare delivery in rural India

The last few years have been quite significant for the Indian healthcare sector, both in terms of technology and service delivery. The government’s focus on improving accessibility and furthering the patient outcomes is evident with the launch of the flagship Ayushman Bharat program, a step towards realizing universal health coverage in India. Read More

Why internet connectivity is the key to transforming the rural landscape in India?

A small village in Kota district in Rajasthan has seen a sudden sprout of entrepreneurs and small businesses. In another one not far away, internet cafes have mushroomed, buzzing with students. An all-women, for-women microfinance non-profit is organizing its work, meetings and cash flows like a pro. An elderly farmer in another obscure village now gets to know the fair price of his crops at a click. Read More

The digital change in Rajasthan to start from every home

An upcoming YouTuber in Churu, Rajasthan is ecstatic that he finally gets to share his vlogs with the world without any hindrance. In the part of the city, where quality, high speed internet was a luxury till a while ago, his live video from atop his terrace is testament to the transformation that connectivity has brought about. Going by the name of ‘Spicy Studio’, this technology loving vlogger who likes to review Read More

Riding on connectivity, gaming and new-age entertainment take to Indian hinterland

India has been one of the fastest growing entertainment and media markets globally and this is expected to gain momentum. Driven by low-cost smartphones, digital consumption - both in rural and urban areas - has significantly increased especially in the last few years. Entertainment for India’s vernacular audience is no longer restricted to radios or television sets; they now consume digital content at unprecedented rates. Read More