On a warm sultry evening in Delhi, when 21 year old Sondur Lakshmipathi helped out another Indian Air Force batch mate Ramana Reddy, whon was struggling to makes sense out of algebraic and mathematical euations for his AMIE exams (Associate Member of Institute of Engineers a distance education course equivalent of BE course), little did he realize that this would be the first stepping stone to techno preneurship. several patents to its credit. Moreover,since it owns the intellectual property (IP), it can customize its design depending on the local and global market requirements, something which very few companies across the globe can do. A clear example of how Indian Technopreneurs are contributing to the visionof “MAKE IN INDIA” dream.
Indian Propellers for LTE takeoff
The entire ‘Digital India’ plan which includes the smart cities in its agenda are all propelling the LTE tech to take off in the country. As India moves ahead on a path to create a digital India and build a smart city infrastructure, LTE is set to play a critical role and create a seamless connectivity platform for backhaul connectivity for a number of bandwidth intensive applications at high speeds. India has been evolving as the most promising destination for global companies, so the opportunities are right here in our own country, we have the right time and opportunities for addressing markets by our own ecosystem” says Dr Sondur Lakshmipathi, CEO, Mymo Wireless.
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