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Schema to expand

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BANGALORE, JAN. 10. Schema, a global provider of industry leading network optimisation, simulation and related management solutions, has firmed up plans to expand its current activity in Asian Pacific by entering the Indian market in the second week of this month.

According to the Chief Operating Officer, Andy Silberstein, Schema will focus on Bharti Cellular, BSNL, BPL, Hutch, Idea and Spice (GSM) besides Reliance and Tata (CDMA).

India holds a prominent position in the telecom sector and as the increased competitive pressures of ARPU's are falling, telecom operators are looking at technologically advanced solutions to reduce cost and at the same time provide best network quality to customers.

One-day seminars will be designed to share with Indian operators on how to manage the efficiency of both their RF team (GSM and CDMA) and transport networks.

The decision of stepping into the Indian market follows the success of the RF project in the Gujarat circle of Hutchison Essar.

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