At a time when the video conferencing space is growing significantly, Bharti Airtel is likely to bring its own video conferencing service, according to multiple news reports.
The telecom operator is planning to roll out this service for start-ups and enterprises initially and depending on the response, it may be introduced for regular customers. Currently, the video conferencing market is dominated by Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet. Reliance Jio’s JioMeet is the latest entrant in this space.
Should Airtel launch its own video conferencing service, it will help bolster government’s make in India initiative, further reducing dependence on foreign applications. Telecom and information technology minister Ravi Shankar Prasad last week had said that the country should become a hub for electronics, mobile and electronics manufacturing along with creating in-house apps. […]