Between 2008 and 2010, annual export revenues from India's information technology (IT) sector are predicted to hit $50 billion, up from $16.3 billion this year. That is the spectacular growth curve projected by the IT industry's peak body, the National Association of Software and Service Companies (Nasscom), which sees at least 25 percent annual growth for the next five years.

The country is improving its infrastructure, especially with regard broadband. On India broadband forum you can see an overview of Broadband service providers (for examples you can read here that Apple acquires Indian company P.A.Semi for $278 million).

On Bsnl broadband forum, Bsnl broadband, Reliance broadband you can read suggestion and help among Indian users about routers, porting, torrents and IP tables, such as in western developed countries.

Also telecommunications are in a great phase of growth. Tata sky a DTH satellite television made by a joint venture between the Tata Group (a multinational conglomerate based in Mumbai, that has interests in steel, automobiles, information technology, communication, power, tea and hotels), that owns 80% and STAR TV that owns a 20% stake. The company uses the Sky brand owned by Murdoch’s BSkyB.

Its rival Dish tv (Essel Group initiative is a satellite broadcasting service available to users in India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal) has also a large amount of fans, such as Sun dth and Big tv.

Next step is iptv, while wimax will bring broadband elsewhere.


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