The New Telecom Policy envisages grant of license on non-exclusive basis to Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) service providers for a period of 20 years extendable one time by 10 years. Accordingly, licenses are issued to applicants to establish, install, operate and maintain VSAT Closed Users Group (CUG) Domestic Data Network service via INSAT Satellite System on non- exclusive basis within territorial boundary of India.
- Prepare project/ technical proposal for approval.
- Securing necessary licence from DoT and Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
- TV Channel approvals including up linking and down linking permission and commissioning of channel.
- Hub inspection and audit protection
WPC Related Services
The Wireless Planning & Coordination (WPC) Wing of the Ministry of Communication & Information Technology, created in 1952, is the national radio regulatory nodal agency of the Government of India and is responsible for planning, regulating, and managing the limited resources of Radio Frequency (RF) spectrum and associated satellite orbits, including geo-stationary satellite orbit as well as licensing of wireless stations in the country under the Indian Telegraph Act 1885 (ITA 1885) and the Indian Wireless Telegraphy Act 1933 (IWTA 1933), as statutory requirement. It caters the needs of all wireless users in the country, government or private, security or non-security. WPC is also the national agency for all matters related to Radio communication sector of International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
Licensing and compliances services
Obtaining Unified Licence for new operators / migration of existing operators to unified licence . Authorisation under Unified License comprises for any one or more services listed below:
» Unified License (All Services)
» Access Service (Service Area-wise)
» Internet Service (Category-A with All India jurisdiction)
» Internet Service (Category-B with jurisdiction in a Service Area)
» Internet Service (Category-C with jurisdiction in a Secondary Switching Area).
Registration under OSP Category
As per New Telecom Policy (NTP) 1999, Other Service Providers (OSP), such as tele-banking, tele-medicine, tele-trading, e-commerce etc will be allowed to operate by using infrastructure provided by various access providers for non-telecom services. The Telecom Commission in May 1999, accorded in principle approval for registration of Call Centers, both International and Domestic, in the country under the above category. Later, services like Network Operation Centers and Vehicle Tracking Systems, were also added to this category. As per the Terms and Conditions formulated by the Telecom Commission , these application Service Providers could take telecom resources from authorized Telecom Service Providers only and may not infringe upon the jurisdiction of other authorized Telecom Service Providers.They will not provide switched telephony.
- Interaction with client to understand the regulatory requirement to support the business model at target country.
- Guidance on Telecommunication policy.
- Securing registrations/ licences in various international locations including USA, Canada, UK, France, Singapore, Hong Kong, Mauritius and Japan.
- Ensure achievement of roll out obligation/ mile stone as set out in licenses of various countries are achieved.
- Advise on various product launch, revenue booking and accounts submission.
Advisory Lawful Interceptions and Monitoring
» Lawful interception and monitoring is critical to law enforcement agency efforts to conduct thorough investigations and build evidence that is both admissible and compelling. In India these standard have been formulated by Technical Engineering center by issuing various TEC IR/GR.
» End-to-end lawful interception functionality in a single solution, addressing virtually every facet of the lawful interception process including arranging demonstrations of the LIM set up to lawful enforcement agencies.
» Compliance with lawful interception regulations and standards.