Delhi NCR, India – Business Wire India: GX Group, a leading manufacturer of FTTH and GPON equipment announced its Board Advisor to the company’s Board of Directors. With the company’s growth and Make in India investment plans in India about to be implemented, GX Group added one of the leading executive business heads to its list.
“Mr. Sanjay Kaul joins GX Group as Director of Advisory Board at a time of great growth and opportunity in the broadband field. I look forward to working closely with him to build an even stronger company," said Mr. Paritosh Prajapati, CEO, GX Group.
Mr. Sanjay Kaul – President, CISCO systems (APAC and Japan, Service Provider Business) has joined as the Director of Advisory Board for GX Group. Sanjay’s vast experience in the field of telecom and digital connectivity will surely have an impact on the company’s future endeavors. On being appointed as the Director of Advisory Board for GX Group, Mr. Sanjay Kaul said, “The increasing demand of high-speed broadband along with European quality stamp is right value to the market which has to accelerate leaps and bounds post COVID-19. GX Group has a strong technology innovation and compelling value proposition for SP’s, Cable Operators and real estate businesses. I am truly excited to support GX growth in APJC region."
Make in India vision
GX Group via Invest India and Business Sweden has been working on production setup in India for manufacturing of Fiber to the homes equipment, starting with the end-user equipment where the volumes are increasing and demand for high-quality products are increasing. Discussions had already started with Indian Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Mr. Ravishankar Prasad, when he visited Sweden on May 17, 2016. It was pointed out that the sourcing of material as an issue to maintain the cost levels right.
The production plan is for mass deployment in India and supporting export to global business, based on current planning; it should be ready by 2021 February.
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