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The idea of ‘Telecomblogs’ was born in Mar 2009 (you can still visit my old portal here), apparently by accident. Before that, I was happily blogging for SiliconIndia for over a year or so. And since inception, I have covered topics in 100 different categories with more than 1000 Blogs and still going strong. This year, in March (2017), we will be celebrating 8th Birthday of our ‘Blog Portal’! Kudos!

So what Telecomblogs is all about? In short, it’s a Blogging portal dedicated to Telecom Fraternity, but not limited to them. I often find term ‘Telecom’ misquoted and limited in its appeal. With the advent of Web 2.0 & Marketing 2.0 era, we almost see metamorphosis of Telecommunication Sector. With technology, devices & services convergence, we need to find the greater meaning of ‘Telecom’, which is much more than just Tele-Communication now. Contemporary Telecom is the convergence of Communication Technology, Software & Internet and it’s impossible to separate one from another. Telecomblogs is all about understanding convergence and finding the bigger picture of everything we know.

My approach towards Technology blogging remained same over last few years; take one topic about telecom the industry and do in-depth analysis. So be it start-ups in India or Qualcomm’s LTE gamble or even giving product review of Android, I was clear of my views; non-biased and straightforward. More often, I tried to keep it short and simple too.

Where do I go from here? I am looking forward to more collaboration with contemporary tech-bloggers and creating a knowledge platform which will serve the wider audience. I am open to all your requests, suggestions, comments, and feedbacks. Feel free to contact me and giving inputs too, which will give this serving platform a greater objective and new meaning.

Contact: atuldeshpande@telecomblogs.in

About me:  http://about.me/atuldeshpande

1 Comment

  1. Hello Atul,

    How is everything going? I´m Emma Smith, Media Content Manager at Fonvirtual.com/en.

    We wrote an article for your blog some time ago, but we haven’t received a reply yet. Did you have time to take a look at the article? Any feedback?

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Kind regards,
    Emma

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