Our
Business

Revolutionising Telecom Infrastructure

At the confluence of breakthrough technology and transformative business values stands Summit Digitel, one of India’s largest telecom infrastructure providers. We are at the cusp of major paradigm shifts in the digital age.

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Our
Portfolio

At a Glance

Summit Digitel is one of India’s largest passive infrastructure providers, ensuring quality products and services across the company. Our teams collaborate internally and with external partners to provide the highest quality of services. Our operations can be divided into three components: environment, safety, and service.

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Our
Culture

The Summit Way

Not only are we the leading infrastructure providers for telecom, but also one of the most desired employers. Our stakeholders - be it our employees or our partners - are our towers of strength. We see them as the co-creators of the well-connected future that we envision. We foster an inclusive, high-growth ecosystem where each individual can explore and develop themselves to their full potential.

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Our
Sustainability

Tenets We Live By

We deeply believe that we are responsible for the spaces that we inhabit, be it environmental or social. Environmental sustainability is as pivotal for us as business sustainability is, for both are interlinked and can't be achieved in isolation. We are indebted for the resources that we are blessed with, which is why every effort that we undertake has ecological and cultural balance at its core.

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News

April2022

Summit Digitel partners with Airtel for tower infrastructure

According to the company, its sites are compatible with all the communication technology standards

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March2022

5G in India: What the Future Looks like for Customers and Telecom Industry

Advancements in the telecom industry have rapidly changed global outlook and functioning. The next innovation with the potential to shift global perspectives is 5G technology. Yet to be launched in India, it is set to revolutionize not just the telecom industry but also other sectors, including education and healthcare. People in India are already aware of this, and they are keen to shift to 5G on their phones. 5G technology is also set to usher in technological progress, most notably in the case of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT). 5G itself benefits from the use of AI, especially in network traffic control. This interdependence might lead to the creation of new business and revenue models as well.

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