PROSE Technologies India to invest US$20 million in 2023

Plan to develop all types of base stations, microwave antennas and other products under the ‘Make in India’ initiative


New Delhi- PROSE Technologies India announced an investment of US$20 million as part of its ‘Make in India’ initiative. Under this scheme, the company plans to develop all Types of Base Station Antennas, Microwave Antennas, Filters for 4G/5G, Active DAS Products, Site Solutions, and O-RAN Radios. These products will be developed at its Pune facility, which is the fourth R&D centre after the ones in America, Australia and China. Operational since 2018, the Pune facility employs a total of 1,400 people. PROSE Technologies, through this fresh investment, is looking to double its manufacturing capacity.

Mr Jaideep Redkar, President of PROSE Technologies, stated, “We are committed to ‘Make in India’, and are already producing several product lines from our wireless portfolio in our Pune plant, including the base station antennas which are essential for the RAN optic. This aligns with the company’s mission to connect daily while adhering to the highest environmental, technological and quality standards. We believe that India will become the global base for manufacturing and are looking to scale up by almost two times in the next two to three years from our current levels in India.”

At the recently held India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2022, PROSE Technologies showcased its Active DAS solution, which will help telecom operators to enhance indoor connectivity for 5G. PROSE Technologies India’s client list includes a roster of telecom companies and ISPs. The company also has a range of in-Building Solutions for Metros, Airports and other large properties.

PROSE Technologies is committed to making India for the world. Through its current capacity, it can satisfy the demand for the Indian market and export to the US. The company has chalked out aggressive plans for the next couple of years and plans to make India the supply hub to the Asia-Pacific region.