New Delhi: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Thursday issued the Session Paper on “Roadmap to Promote Broadband Connectivity and Enhanced Broadband velocity”.
“Rising dependable and high-speed broadband connectivity within the nation has been in focus of the Authorities and the Authority since 2004. Variety of coverage and regulatory initiatives has been taken up to now to achieve the current state. Fixed developments taking place within the area of ICTs are placing steady stress on the Authorities, the Authority, and the TSPs to additional enhance the penetration and efficiency of broadband networks. Efforts are persevering with to satisfy the ever-growing demand and expectations of customers. Many methods have been recognized within the NDCP-2018 to enhance the penetration and efficiency of broadband networks. Such methods must be transformed into actionable factors,” an official assertion mentioned.
The Division of Telecommunication (DoT) has requested the Authority to furnish its suggestions as on few factors that embrace –Totally different speeds for various classes i.e. mounted vs Cellular with add/obtain speeds outlined; how completely different classes of broadband speeds resembling fundamental broedbend, excessive broadband & Extremely-Excessive Broadband and so forth. will be outlined as in Europe; and the roadmap to reinforce Broadband velocity to attain the NDCP-2018 goal of 50 Mbps.
DoT, by two different separate references has sought the suggestions of the Authority for implementing NDCP-2018 methods “http://zeenews.india.com/”By encouraging progressive approaches to infrastructure creation and entry together with by resale and Digital Community Operators (VNO/’ and “Selling broadband connectivity by progressive and various applied sciences’; respectively. Each methods are a part of the rrussron “Join India: Making a Strong Digital Communication Intrestructure”.
By the current Session Paper, TRAI intends to hunt the inputs of stakeholders on defining mounted and cell broadband; progressive approaches for infrastructure creation; selling broadband connectivity; and measures to be taken for enhancing broadband velocity.
The Session paper has been positioned on TRAI’s web site. Written Feedback on the Session Paper are invited from the stakeholders by September 21, 2020 and counter-comments by October 5, 2020.