US-based mobile broadband company Cambium Networks hopes to leverage on growth drivers like smart cities and Digital India to increase its marketshare in the Indian market. The company seems to be on the right tract since it tripled sales and doubled its workforce in the country last year.
Indian Government has been focusing on proliferation of mobile broadband in all parts of the country. It has launched a number of initiatives like Digital India, Smart City for the same. Cambium hopes to increase its marketshare in the Indian market on the back of these initiatives. It also plans to increase its engagement with telecom service providers. Bharti Airtel, Tata Communications and Reliance Communications are some of its customers in the country. The company is also targeting Internet service providers in the country.
Cambium currently has around 200 active partners but is planning on doubling this number to meet growing demand for mobile broadband technologies.
The company has recently added WiFi products to its portfolio, which enables it to address the Small and Medium Enterprises as well. Cambium hopes to increase its workforce at its Global Development Center (GDC) in Bengaluru, in South India. The GDC develops products for the Indian and international market.