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  • Regulations in the Era of Rapid Technological Changes A presentation by Uday Mishra & Group On Reliance communication a new phase of Telecom development in india Greater Noida {Gsba }22 nd January, 2008
  • Reliance Communication Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group Presented by group no – 6 th GSBA , G.Noida
  • Presentation Content of 15
    • Current Telecom Scenario in India
    • Reliance Communications – Over view
    • Leading position across multiple segments
    • Network Ahead of Exponential Growth
    • Robust Infrastructure to Support Customers
    Content so Welcome Everybody
  • Current Telecom Scenario in India
    • Current subscriber base –about 273 million as on December 30, 2007
      • Looks set to achieve the stated target of 500 million by 2010
    • Gross revenues growth at CAGR of 21% since 2002
    • Current Revenues stand at 20 billion USD.
    • Accounts for 2% of GDP.
    • 2 .87 million broadband customers growing at the rate of 7% per month.
    • The combined market cap of four largest players over 100 billion USD.
    of 15 The regulator and the government policies have been proactive in achieving these miles stones and providing the customers lowest tariff. For Example; introduction of Caller party pays regime etc.
  • Current Telecom Scenario (Contd …)
    • Fixed lines 49.2 m
    • Mobile lines 105.36 m
    • WLL Fixed 6.79 m
    • Total wireless lines 112.15 m
    • Teledensity 15.12
    • Internet connections 8.4 m
    • Broadband connection 1.92 m
    26 November 2006
  • Reliance Group of 15
  • of 15 Reliance communication Ltd. Type Public (BSE: RCOM) Founded 2004 Headquarters Navi Mumbai, India Key people Anil Ambani , Chairman and Managing Director [1] , Vice-Chairman Reliance-ADA Group S. P. Sukula CEO - Personal Business & Director - Reliance Telecom Industry Telecommunications Products CDMA service, GSM service, Broadband Internet Service Revenue US$ 4 Billion [2] Employees 33,000 Website www.rcom.com
  • Reliance Communications
    • Largest integrated communications company in the private sector in India
    • Serving over 40 million individual and corporate customers on a global basis
    • More than 14,000 Towns covered.
    • Strategic presence in all high growth segments - wireless, global and broadband
    • One of the largest Next Generation Networks in the world – and only one in India
    • Investment of USD 5 billion
    • Market Cap of about USD 40.00 billion approx.
    of 15 India’s fastest customer additions since launch
  • Reliance Communications
    • World’s largest network roll-out covering almost a billion people in India
    • World’s largest IP enabled optic fiber cable network - 230,000 Rkms
    • Pioneered wireless affordability in India
    of 17 Submarine cable assets Of 110,000 Rkms Terrestrial fiber cable metro & intercity Handset prices down from >$ 50 to <$ 20 Driven call rates down from >10 cents to <1 cent per minute Coverage increasing from 10,000 to 23,000 towns Covering almost 100% of rail & roadway routes Coverage + Affordability = Profitable growth Launching nationwide GSM services
  • Network Service of 15
  • Reliance Communications Personal Business Enterprise Business Infrastructure Business Global Business Integrated play covering the entire telecom value chain of 15
    • Consumer
    • Mobile: 
    • 1..CDMA
    • 2..GSM
    • Wireless Phone
    • Wireless Terminal
    • BlackBerry
    • Roaming 
    • Broad Net
    • Reliance Landline
    • Reliance Net connect
    • R World
    • Reliance India Call
    • Reliance Passport
    • Reliance IPTV
    • Enterprises
    • BlackBerry 
    • Office Centrex E1DID
    • One Office Duo
    • Audio Conferencing
    • Reliance PCO
    • Toll-Free
    • ITFS
    • Broadband  
    • Business Broadband Internet
    • Leased Line   IPLC  VPN
    • Video Conferencing
    • Internet Data Center (IDC)
    • Common Service Center
    of 15
  • Leading position across multiple segments
    • Largest in Enterprise data service ->50% market share
    • Largest carrier of Wireless data
    • Largest private Public Call Office (PCO) operator >50% Market share
    • Carrier of International Long Distance (ILD) voice– >40% market share
    • US-India retail voice carrier – 40% market share
    • Internet Data Center (IDC) services – 50% market share
    • Largest retailer of wireless handsets
    of 15 1 # … and of course leading wireless customer base in India
  • Only Operator to Dimension Network Ahead of Exponential Growth of 15 Coverage at a Glance 54.66% % of Total Population Covered 6,000 Number of Towns Covered 80 million Customer Capacity 500000 Number of Villages Covered 93.19% % of Railway Covered 95.00% % of National Highway Covered 67.00% % of Rural Population Covered 98.25% % of Urban Population Covered Reliance- At a glance By group 6, Gsba (G. Noida)
  • Robust Infrastructure to Support Customers
    • 14,000 towers  23,000 towers by March 2009 in 23 circles with capacity of 4 co-tenants
    • Broadband access in 42 Indian cities with 727,000+ buildings connected directly to network serving over 901,000 access lines
    • Deploying Broadband and WiMax network in top 10 cities in the country to cover 4 million SMEs.
    Telecom Infrastructure
    • 140 acre plot – ten acres lush green lawns and eight acre lake
    • 5.4 million sq. meter area; 14 buildings ; 12,000 personnel
    • Several food courts, banks, ATMs & guesthouses
    • Eco-friendly zero discharge facility ; 2252 parking slots; helipad
    • Own HVAC and power distribution system
    Dhirubhai Ambani Knowledge City
  • Robust Infrastructure to Support Customers
    • Largest and most advanced NOC in the world
    • 300,000 sq ft of data centre space – 4x the nearest competitor6 World class Level 3 Data Centers at Mumbai &Bangalore measuring 2.6L Sq.Ft.
    • Hosting 9000+ Server Racks and 1400+ TB of storage capacity
    • Expansion at Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad &Kolkata resulting in an additional capacity of over 800,000 - Sq. ft.
    Network Operations and Data Centers
    • 2,000 exclusive Reliance World and Reliance Express stores 700+ Indian cities.
    • Largest chain of digital entertainment centers in the country
    • 5 lakh+ retailers sell connections or recharge of prepaid mobile and FWPs in our coverage footprint.
    • 2nd largest retailer of handsets - with throughput capacity for over 24 million handsets per annum
    Retail Presence
  • Robust Infrastructure to Support Customers
    • Comprehensive range of service applications
    • Popular across all user demographics and geographies
    • Over 200 content partners and over 10,000 content items
    • Credit Card on the Mobile
    Reliance Mobile World Suite
      • 8,000-employee, multi-lingual contact centre facilities at Navi Mumbai & Chennai
      • 5L + customers serviced per day through with 10,000 users during peak hours
      • Operates on 24x7 basis with online integration with other IT systems in RCOM
    Contact Centers
  • Robust Infrastructure to Support Customers
      • More than 1500 Million CDRs per day
      • More than 1.5 million eRecharge per day
      • More than 1,800 TB data storage
      • IT support in more than 6,000 towns for over 60,000 IT users
      • Data ware house growth : more than 160 GB a day
      • More than 7 lakh emails a day across group
    IT Operations New Products & Services
      • DTH services to provide DVD quality picture & better viewing experience
      • IPTV to provide interactive TV & Video services, movies & music on demand, interactive program guide and gaming
  • Black Berry
    • BlackBerry 8703e ™ Best integrated e-mail and phone for travelling executives.
    of 15 Black Berry 8830
  • Audio Conferencing
    • Virtual Audio Bridge Service
    • Reservation Based Conference Bridge Service
    • Global Event Call Service
    of 15
  • Video Conference of 15
  • Business Broadband Internet of 15 Business Broadband Internet
  • Leased Line  
    • The most efficient and cost-effective way to connect two offices is a leased line;
    • it provides a clear and continuous channel between two end points. Little wonder that most large enterprises use leased lines for connectivity.
    • Reliance's 'end-to-end leased line' is delivered through its state-of-the-art optic fiber network with its unique self-healing survivable architecture.
    • With its 'fiber-to-building' approach, Reliance has reduced the last mile to just a few meters of in-building copper cabling.
    of 15 VPN
      • R eliance virtual private network (VPN) is a private communications network that can meet all the connectivity and remote access needs of an organization.
      • VPN is the most effective way to achieve convergence of voice, video and data on a managed network.
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