The rising demand for high-speed Internet services to support work from home commitments has pushed the Indian government to expand “fibre optic infrastructure across the country”, and will further drive a market growth at a compound annual growth rate of 7.1% from 2020-2025, according to GlobalData. Along with this initiative, it also plans to establish internet connectivity to 600, 000 Indian villages by 2023.
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