TP-Link to Keep Strong Focus on Make in India Plan

TP-Link to Keep Strong Focus on Make in India Plan

A concept of connected world/home is catching faster pace specially because of the usage in different ways like education, entertainment, work, gaming and etc. The whole scenario has dramatically changed within last few years and now the latest technologies like 5G catching attention. TP-Link, most reliable networking brand in India has already geared up to capture existing and emerging opportunities.  

Trends to Watch Out

In 2023, there are a lot of technologies that might grow more than ever as the demand for high-performing devices is increasing. Commenting on the technologies that will be game changer in networking market this new year, Bijoy Alaylo VP – Channel, Networking & Surveillance, TP-Link India Pvt. Ltd. said, “AI and Cloud will become more prominent in the networking solutions market as these will drive the connected home/world concept which is fast catching pace in today’s world. With OTT and the data usage skyrocketing in the past few years’ innovation and advancement in AI and supporting cloud are the need of the hour.”

Growth Plans

TP-Link is one of the leading brands when it comes to networking solutions, and it has successfully expanded its presence across India by building strong partner network. Talking about the business plans, Bijoy said, “TP-Link now moves into an umbrella brand for different market verticals viz. Surveillance, smart devices, networking etc. There will be strong focus on Make In India plan in 2023 which will also get many more new products, faster to the consumers. Surveillance in itself is a big market and there will be more than 300+ products coming in TP-Link portfolio by the end of 2023. Similar in Smart devices we will be launching more than 30+ different SKU’s in Robo Vaccums, Door bells, Door Locks, motion sensors etc.”

“This market vertical expansion will also give our current partners a choice to expand with us and give their business an extra mileage in the near future,” concluded by Bijoy.

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