Incorporated in November 2007, Indus Towers Limited has been promoted under a joint venture between entities of Bharti Group including Bharti Infratel Limited, Vodafone India and Aditya Birla Telecom, to render passive infrastructure services to telecom service providers. Indus Towers was incorporated with an objective to provide shared telecom infrastructure to telecom operators on a non-discriminatory basis. Indus commitment to innovation enhances efficiencies and results in substantial cost savings for its customers.
With over 117,000 Towers across 15 telecom Circles, Indus has the widest coverage in India. To ensure maximum operationality, engineers monitor the sites 24/7 from Tower Operation Centers (TOCs). In the Gurgaon and Chennai offices, two impressive 7x2 Barco video walls help these professionals keep an unblinking, all-seeing eye on operations. One of the key elements to ensure smooth operation are the TOCs,, where the sites’ crucial equipment — including diesel generators, air conditioning and power plants — are monitored 24/7. At the TOCs, in Gurgaon and Chennai, data from the sites — location, volumetrics, incident rates, etc. — is presented in clear graphs and displayed on a large video wall. In case of a malfunction, this allows Indus Towers technical teams to quickly identify the affected sites and take appropriate action.