DIPA has provided leadership for establishment and sharing of vital telecommunications passive infrastructure between various service providers – mainly towers ever since its inception, resulting in India emerging as the country with second largest private sector investment in infrastructure and in generating direct and indirect employment for more than 4 million across India. The sharing of infrastructure on a non-discriminatory basis between service providers has been a key factor in enabling the Indian telecom industry to provide services at lowest tariff across the world. Under its new avatar as DIPA, it aims to extend this leadership now to all aspects of digital infrastructure for the entire ICT industry and thereby contribute to India becoming a robust digital economy which would enable inclusive growth across the country covering all sections of society.
What started as an association of telecom tower providers, has today expanded to be a thought leader in digital communications infrastructure industry, with members including from leading telecom infrastructure providers, connectivity solutions providers, various energy management companies among others and still expanding to include other allied and critical stakeholders of the growing sector such as data centre, Wi-Fi, IoT, Smart cities, In-building connectivity, satellite communication, small cells, alternate energy solutions etc. DIPA will continue to play the role of a thought leader for the industry and support the diverse community of stakeholders by providing with dedicated resources, advocacy, expertise, and networking.
DIPA represents the India’s digital infrastructure industry that develop, build, own and operate the nation’s communication infrastructure. From infrastructure providers and equipment manufacturers to EV charging infrastructure and fibre deployers, we bring together a dynamic group of companies that enable consumers to lead a 21st Century connected life.
Policies at central, state, and local levels that foster the continued innovation, investment and increasing economic impact of India’s digital infrastructure industry. DIPA is active on a wide range of issues including spectrum policy, digital infrastructure, and the Internet of Things, among others.
DIPA works with Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), Department of Telecommunications (DoT), Central, State and Local Bodies to promote policies that encourage network infrastructure deployment. DIPA provides critical outreach and education at all levels of government in order to build strong relationships and represent the interests of members and the industry.
Name: Mr. Tilak Raj Dua
Email: [email protected]
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