India Infrastructure Publishing is a company dedicated to providing information, analysis and insight on infrastructure sectors in India, through magazines, conferences, newsletters, research reports and websites.

We have product and service offerings in power, oil & gas, coal, roads & bridges, ports & shipping, airports, railways, urban mass transit, smart cities, water & waste, mining, construction, telcom and infrastructure finance sectors.

We publish six magazines – Indian Infrastructure, Power Line, Renewable Watch, tele.net, Smart Utilities and Gujarat Infrastructure. Each of the magazines is a market leader in its segment.

The group also publishes eight electronic weekly newsletters, over 30 annual research reports, more than 14 directories and six websites (www.indiainfamonitor.com, www.indiapowerregulation.com, www.tele.net.in and www.indianinfrastructure.com, www.renewablewatch.in, www.smartutilities.net.in), and organises close to 50 conferences.

Our clients include multinationals, top Indian corporates, commercial and investment banks, consulting companies, public sector companies, government agencies, multilateral agencies and legal firms. They include GE, ABB, Siemens, Ramboll, JCB, Toshiba, Hitachi, Gamesa, First Solar, BHEL, REC, NTPC, NHPC, Power Grid, Tata Power, Reliance Energy, Airtel, Vodafone, Sify, Nokia, Idea Cellular, Huawei, Indus Towers, American Tower Corporation, NHAI, Adani Ports, JNPT, JSW, PMI, Dredging Corporation of India, Bentley, Autodesk, Tata Steel, Exide, IREDA, Cisco, HP, Tata Bluescope, Tata Projects, Case New Holland, Aveva, Caterpillar, L&T, Finolex, Sterlite, Airport Authority of India, CRISIL, E&Y, PwC, SAP, Oracle Utilities, Accenture, DuPont, IL&FS, ITNL, Citigroup, IFC, JICA, Japan Research Institute and The World Bank, among others.

tele.net.in is an important online resource for news, views,  analysis, trends,  technology updates and interviews with prominent leaders in the telecom space. The site also provides a forum for discussion and debate and is a reliable monitor for investments, projects and deals in the telecom segment. Moreover, tele.net.in features several incisive articles from its print edition tele.net and has an extensive archive of tele.net articles since January 2005.

The aim of tele.net.in is to provide independent, authoritative and interactive telecom information, which is high on content quality and is put together in a manner that is useful to its users in the key segments of the telecom sector: operators; equipment manufacturers and technology providers; relevant ministries and institutions; regulatory bodies; industry associations; investment banks and analysts and enterprise customers.

Soon tele.net.in will be present  on Twitter and Linked.

The website is currently free for all telecom professionals, though for some sections there is a need to register.

tele.net.in is the online arm of tele.net, a monthly magazine targeted at decision makers, top management and policy makers of the telecom industry. Both are a part of India Infrastructure Publishing Private Limited, which is dedicated to providing information in areas of infrastructure through magazines, newsletters, special reports, and conferences.

For more information about  the company, go to www.indiainfrastructure.com