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Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha unveils first domestic 4G LTE telecom system

New Delhi, Feb 24: Manoj Sinha, Telecom Minister of State has launched India's first domestically developed 4G/LTE telecom operation in an international buyers-sellers meet of the telecom industry.

The system has been created and formed by India's prominent telecom devices producer, VNL Ltd. The system is equipped with the ability to meet the requirements of users like high-speed connectivity, particularly in rural areas.

The 4G gear fulfils the local equipment manufacturers' aspiration for Made in India products, based on LTE technology, for assuring matchless connectivity at the most affordable costs and decrease considerably the import dependency for the same. The selection has access and core network elements which are best in class, power efficient, optimised solutions keeping in mind need for sustainable mobile broadband services for remote and rural deployments.

The 4G/LTE devices were launched shortly after the felicitation of Manoj Sinha for connecting 100,000 villages as part of Bharat Net at the yearly meeting of buyers and sellers, sponsored by Government of India under the aegis of the Telecom Equipment and Services Export Promotion Council.

VNL Founder Chairman Rajiv Mehrotra said, "the latest range of technologically robust 4G/LTE telecom products is the outcome of our strong in-house R&D capabilities and signify India's inherent strengths in the area of telecom equipment manufacturing. These systems offer compact and versatile radio applications and can operate flawlessly even in harsh environment. The offering includes portable solutions that allow them to support a wide range of scenarios, thereby giving admirable flexibility for quick and efficient radio installations. With VNL's commitments towards Green Telecommunication, the solutions can operate solely on renewable energy." 

The method can also be used for a diversity of purposes including crisis communication, communication for the needs of offshore oil fields, mines and other institutional demands.

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