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Axom Cable Communication ensures quality service

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  29 Aug 2016 12:00 AM GMT


Silchar, Aug 28: In a bid to provide quality service in digital network and cable communication, Sanjive rain, maging director, Axom Communications and Cable Private Limited (ACC), SITI Cable along with other members of ACC, organized a press-meet-cum-interactive session for business development and growth in the conference hall of a hotel of this town last night.

In his iugural speech, Sanjive rain said, “It gives me immense pleasure to announce that a revolutiory change in cable communication is going to take place in Barak Valley within a month or two. We will provide the best of channels at a nomil rate. CISCO based products have been used so that quality service can be rendered to the customers. There is a wrong notion that Barak Valley is not developed in comparison to other places. We have to bridge this gap.” He said that the usage of CISCO head-on in northeast region 3rd in the country has amplified quality services that is being provided by ACC.

“We will provide more than 200 channels and 60 high-definition (HD) channels for the people and also for network expansion. In the United States of America, multiple-system operators like Concast are also using CISCO head-on so that they can provide high quality channels. It provides 500 channels. ACC wants to have the best and the latest technology. It will be launched at Guwahati”, he added to say. Sanjive rain mentioned that on September 1, engineers from Los Angeles would arrive and finish the installation work within 15 to 20 days. Speaking about the wrong notion entertained by people that Barak Valley is backward, he said, “Whenever I speak to any MP or MLA as well as minister, I invariably raise the issues of poor infrastructure, road communication system of the valley. Whenever I visit the place, I find no change.”

rain further said that Chief Minister Sarbanda Sonowal always speaks about parallel development in both Barak and Brahmaputra Valleys. “Let us all work together for development in South Assam also in tandem with other places of the state. We are thinking of launching our services here and get it done as soon as possible. However, there are some technical issues, which, I believe, will be resolved very soon.” Throwing light on their plans, the maging director said, “We want to connect Cachar, Karimganj and Hailakandi through ACC. Our head-on will be better than Tata Sky. I can proclaim none can challenge ACC in the whole north east region.” Regarding the subscription charges, he said that it would vary according to the number of channels that people subscribe. Rates will vary from Rs.200 to Rs.350 per month.

There are various plans related to internet services also. Sanjive rain said broadband connection will be launched and it will be provided at a reasoble rate. “Fast connectivity and good internet service is a major ingredient of today’s fast changing world. By December 31, 2016, there will no alog cable. It is also illegal to use alog cable system. If any cable operator is found providing alog system cable connection, his license can be cancelled immediately,” he added to say. He further said that SITI Channel, from ZEE Group is among the top three MSOs in India and within March 2017, there is a plan to provide connection to 1 million viewers.

Others who spoke on the occasion reflected on the visions that they have for this valley. In this age of digitization, it is better to go along in terms of quality cable connection. Barak valley needs development and it is high time that something should be done in this regard. “We are focusing on expanding more business with this valley. I am hopeful that the new government will work for this valley and we in the media that function as a watchdog can keep a vigilant eye on the government’s way of working,” said Sanjive rain. Prag News will focus on event and developments of this valley. Among others present at the press-meet included, Gautam Bhorali, co-owner and partner, ACC Guwahati, Pijush Kanti Das, member, Silchar Cable Network, and Radheshyam Agarwal, a prominent cable operator.

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