India Broadband Report, April 2, 2005

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  2. The perfect IT storm in India. Low cost PCs coupled with a drop in broadband price. The result would be an immediate and sustained explosive growth in internet use there. The growth would be further explosive/sustained as soon as video and images are made more available, thereby negating the impact of illiteracy. VoIP would be another huge adoption driver.

  3. heard about an interesting program in Brazil– the “virtual PC.” Users are given a CD with their personal preferences/set-up on it. So when they go to a public PC, the load the CD and voila… the PC is now personalized to their preferences.

  4. The government initiatives in Brazil to subsidise the PC and move towards Open Source( read Linux) is the right mix of technology. I am rooting for AMD’s low cost chip which would run usual applications with ease. Would this happen in India?
    The excitement is lot over what can happen and not over what is happening! Wait and watch as I try to track it.

  5. broadband connection prices are comming down for sure and they will come down furthur with more competition which is developing day by day and as far as cost of a pc is concerned you can get a locally assembled pc with an average config with a crt monitor at about 15000rs all in which is not more then us $350 whihc is i think as low as it can get but this cost i have mentioned will include pirated software from operating system to antivirus everything pirated but the systems run fine i had one of thos types 5 years back costed my 55000rs that time now the same shit comes for about 15-17000rs so cost of pc isint a problem its the fucking costly software which is a bit of trouble
    my dad has for a 64kbps connection in delhi and he pays about 500rs a month which is $12 a month aprox which isint bad atall but the prices are comming down with time and things will continue to get better the same way as it happened to mobile phones
    as far as illetracy is concerned i would say this internet revolution hasent got anything to do with litracy it just wont help its the lazy ass govt which needs to do somethign about illetracy
    indian government is one of the most corrupt govts in the world and the babu raj still prevails
    i am waiting for things to get privatised and as soon as a private company is allowed to enter a field things get a lot better like but the core infracture is still in hands of this govt (which consists of illetrate old aged bastards who go no idea whats going on around the world and have got nothing to do with development all they care for is thier chair )
    down with the Indian government

    long live manmohan singh who brough in privatisation to india in the earlu 90’s and as now he is the prime minister ive got a lot of expectations with him provided the idiots in the government let him do something good

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