New Delhi : DataWind Inc., the leader in delivering Internet access to emerging markets, has been recognized for the tablet brand with maximum consumer pull. The award was presented to DataWind during the Tele Analysis Device World 2016, Confluence of Indian Device Ecosystem, in New Delhi.
The dignitaries present at the Device World 2016 witnessed CMDs, Chairmen, CEOs, COO and senior people from policy formulators, market researchers and industry analysts, handset vendors, operators, OTT players, telecom vendors, VAS providers, consultants/System Integrators/VAR’s, trade associations and media amongst others.
DataWind was recognized for making UbiSlate, the low cost, affordable internet connectivity devices accessible to people at the grass root level and in turn making a transformational impact to the Indian Tech industry.
An evangelist for true democratization of technology, DataWind’s efforts have received global attention as the company implements its vision of connecting billions of people to the internet. The company is the only firm to offer free internet browsing for one year on all its devices
On receiving the award Suneet Singh Tuli, President and CEO of DataWind said, “We thank the organizers for the recognition which further motivates us to continue the journey to bridge the digital divide.”
“We were named as the leader in the Tablet market for the fourth Quarter of 2015 both in the IDC and CMR Reports and now we have been named as the Tablet Brand with Maximum Consumer Pull. I am deeply honoured and humbled for this recognition,” added Tuli.
He further added that at DataWind we strive to make technology and connectivity most affordable just so that the true benefits of this digital age are accessible to all.
At the event DataWind also made a presentation on Make in India, conforming to the vision Prime Minister of India. The Award was received by Anil Gupta, Vice President, Platform Strategy from DataWind which was presented by Anupam Srivastava, CMD, BSNL.
Recently, DataWind was announced as the leader in the Tablet market in fourth Quarter of 2015 by both IDC and CMR Report with 20.7 percent and 24 percent market share respectively. According to CMR report, DataWind holds 58 percent market share in the sub-Rs. 5,000 tablet segment (approximately USD 75) which is the largest growing segment of the overall market, having nearly doubled since 2014. (ANI)