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Cable TV Equipments Traders & Manufacturers Association (CTMA) is a registered association under the W.B. Co-operative Societies Act. It is the only trade association in the entire country working with the objective of bringing the latest technology and products around the world to the Indian Satellite & Cable Industry, so that India too can benefit from the power of cable to deliver numerous services at the most economical prices to Indian customers. CTMA is striving to unleash the true power of cable and Satellite as a delivery medium of services like Internet, telephone, radio and much more. It is worth remembering that India has about 145 million cable homes.
CTMA, a non-profit association registered under Societies Act, is engaged in the forefront of dissemination of latest technology and services in the CATV sector. CTMA organizes one of the largest and most popular exhibition on CATV in the country. This annual SHOW is the biggest exhibition of its kind for CATV sector in SAARC Region comprising INDIA, BANGLADESH, NEPAL & BHUTAN. CTMA is very pro-active particularly in EASTERN part of INDIA along with the neighboring countries in promoting as well as show-casing latest products, technology, emerging trends and Value Added Services in the CATV sector.
This is just the right time to participate in this SHOW and enjoy the first mover advantage with the CATV service providers who are in the process of selecting their vendors for CAS, SMS, STB, Digital Head-end, VAS and so on.
“Exhibitions should attract more of overseas participants, should showcase more on innovation, encourage work towards innovation by awarding, incentivizing their contributions in applied tech.”
“It was spread into too many different areas making it little difficult to visit all the stalls otherwise the Trade fair was nice and informative. It was awesome & hope next time it has to be bigger than this year.”