Taipa renames itself Dipa to expand its domain in the space of emerging technologies
Telecommunications infrastructure industry body Taipa announced on Wednesday that it would rename itself the Digital Infrastructure Providers Association (Dipa) to expand its field into the emerging technology space.
Tower and Infrastructure Providers Association (Taipa) mainly represents mobile tower players such as Indus Towers and ATC.
Under its new identity, the industry body plans to cover businesses vital for telecommunications services such as data centers, Internet of Things (IoT), smart cities, connectivity in buildings, satellite communications. , small cells and alternative energy solutions.
Taipa has provided leadership in establishing and sharing vital passive telecommunications infrastructure among various service providers – mainly towers since its inception. Under his new avatar as Dipa, he aims to extend this leadership to all aspects of digital infrastructure for the entire ICT industry and thus help make India a robust digital economy ”, said said Dipa chairman Akhil Gupta.
He also said that Taipa represented the players in the telecommunications infrastructure, which led to the sharing of the infrastructure on a non-discriminatory basis among the service providers. This has been a key factor in enabling the Indian telecommunications industry to provide services at the lowest tariff in the world.
According to Gupta, India’s telecommunications infrastructure is the second largest private sector investment in infrastructure and in direct and indirect job creation for more than four million people across India.
Dipa Vice President Amit Sharma said that given the increased convergence of several industries, members of the industry body felt it was necessary not only for telecommunications, but also for the whole ICT ecosystem to come together.
“Dipa will continue to play the role of thought leader for the industry and support the diverse community of stakeholders by providing dedicated resources, advocacy, expertise and networking,” said Dipa CEO, TR Due to.
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