MEET US @
Indo-Africa ICT Expo, Nigeria
Booth 3B, 4B
22nd - 23rd May 2018
VNL is showcasing its ground-breaking telecom systems for the rural and remote, enterprises and disaster scenarios at Indo-Africa ICT Expo 2018, Eko Hotel & Suites, Lagos, Negria. We invite you to come and visit us for live demos at Booth 3B & 4B on on 22nd-23rd May.
Watch Karenda's transformation into a digital village.
Mr. H.E. Barr. Abdul-Raheem Adebayo Shittu, Telecom Minister, Nigeria, talks to us about Karenda.
Begum Tararia Halim, State Minister, Telecom, Bangladesh, discusses how VNL’s solutions help connect the unconnected.
Mr. Meas Po, Secretary of State, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, Cambodia, finds VNL’s telecom equipment a vital solution.
Mr. Fawad Lamay, Afghanistan Telecom Regulatory Authority, talks about VNL’s telecom systems.
Working with BSNL, VNL has been providing mobile and WiFi services in Karendra, a modest village in Rajasthan and has extended them to two neighbor villages, Bahadari and Phasla. Mobile and broadband connectivity helped them to get a bright future.
Left – Wing extremist have taken root in substantial areas of some 10 states in India, disrupting state machinery and activities. The Govt. of India has evolved a multi- pronged strategy to develop these areas, one of which includes the setting up a mobile communication network
VNL partnered B- Mobile to bring GSM connectivity to a cluster of villages around 60 kms from the capital of Bhutan, using WorldGSM .Several locations with difficult terrain and hardly any road access are there where deployment of traditional GSM network is a challenge
Connectivity helps overcome geography and poor infrastructure .
VNL wrapped up yet another successful showcase at India Telecom, 2018, organized by TEPC, at Shangri-La hotel on 23rd Feb. With some 135 visitors coming together from over 35 countries at the event , we got a chance to discuss how... Read More
People living in urban areas are privileged, when it comes to accessing basic government services. Moreover, in the last few years, most of these services have been successfully ported online. Today, it is hard to imagine that one must travel 50 km !... Read More