A Multi-beam E-band product, GigaMesh that packs multiple Point-to-Point E-band radios in one thereby distributing the cost of the device over multiple links
DCIS Beneficiaries - 2021
DCIS Beneficiaries - 2022
DCIS Beneficiaries - 2023
To promote the ecosystem for research, design, development, proof of concept testing, IPR creation, pilot project and manufacturing i.e., complete value chain to make India a global hub for production of telecommunication equipment and a centre for digital communication services.
To develop and establish standards to meet national requirements and participate in international standardization bodies to contribute in formulation of global standards, thereby making India a leading nation in the area of international telecom standardization.
Bridge the gap between R&D and commercialization
To promote India specific application development that matches with behavioral pattern of the masses and adds value to their day-to-day activities both economic and social
To create synergies among the Academia, Research Institutes, Start-ups and Industry for capacity building and development of a balanced telecom ecosystem by organizing workshops/seminar/ webinar etc. for sharing their views, plans, expectations and concerns in a free and constructive manner
Government of India had announced flagship initiative of Startup India that is intended to catalyze startup culture and build a strong and inclusive ecosystem for innovation and entrepreneurship in India,
TCOE India invited applications under the scheme named DCIS (Digital Communication Innovation Square (DCIS) under Champion Services Sector Scheme (CSSS)) on behalf of Department of Telecom (DoT) in year 2021, 2022 and 2023
TCOE India is implementing the Scheme on behalf of the Department of Telecom. The Implementing Agency (IA) is working under the overall supervision of the Apex Committee and guidelines issued by the DoT. IA successfully organized all the meetings and sought all the necessary recommendations from respective authorities to execute the scheme smoothly during DCIS 2021.
Deep-tech battery startup Log9 Materials one of the DCIS (scheme implemented by TCOE India) Grantee of @DoT_India has raised $40 million (nearly Rs 325 crore) in Series B funding led by Amara Raja Batteries and Petronas Ventures.
Rural vertical officers of DOT, Karnataka LSA being a member of the committee for evaluating equipment under POC for utilization of Bharatnet project kicked off e-Band equipment (M/s. Astrome) testing for GR certification at IISc, Bengaluru.