Rohde & Schwarz India (RS India) was named ‘Indian T&M Company of the Year’ at Frost & Sullivan’s 2018 India Best Practices Awards function in Mumbai. Yatish Mohan, Managing Director, Rohde & Schwarz India, stated, “Rohde & Schwarz is a German company established in 1933 by two physicists. Now, eight decades later, we have around 11,500 employees worldwide spread across 70 countries, including India. In addition to test and measurement (T&M) services for which we have received this award, we also work in the broadcasting, radiolocation, mobile network testing, and cybersecurity spaces. However, T&M is the largest vertical for us. I am thankful to Frost & Sullivan and the esteemed jury members for selecting us for this prestigious award.”
RS India has been a trusted T&M solution partner for more than two decades in India; it partners closely with various agencies, training institutes and technology companies to facilitate technology growth in the country. It is one of the leading suppliers for the Indian mobile and wireless communications sector, offering a complete portfolio of T&M instruments and systems for the development, production, and type testing of components and consumer devices as well as for setting up and monitoring mobile networks. Beside these segments, RS India supplies T&M products and solutions for automotive, aerospace and defence, industrial electronics, research, and education sectors.
Arushi Thakur Upadhyay, Associate Director, Measurement & Instrumentation Practice, Frost & Sullivan, commented, “Industry growth and government initiatives, such as Make in India, Smart Cities, Digital India, have paved the way for technology developments and numerous end-user applications for T&M equipment. RS India is a key partner of industry and network operators, as it offers a broad spectrum of market-leading T&M solutions for wireless technologies and for RF and microwave applications; the oscilloscopes and value instruments from RS India lead the Indian market. Though IoT, millimeter-wave (mm-wave) frequencies, and 5G may propose significant changes in requirements for test equipment, RS India has already built capabilities and solutions in anticipation of such developments.”
RS India started its operations in the country in 1996 with its headquarter in New Delhi. The company today has branch offices in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai and resident engineers at Pune, Trivandrum and Ahmedabad. It has more than ten channel partners and resellers spread across the country, with expanded sales operations and R&D activities.