Reliance Jio is building is a powerful platform on which a range of rich digital products and services can be enabled – digital currency, digital commerce, digital education, digital healthcare, e-governance, Smart Cities, M2M and the Internet of Things. It does not matter whether these services are created by Jio itself, its ecosystem partners or anyone globally. Reliance is committed to the principles of Net Neutrality.
Home to the world’s second largest population of 1.2 billion, India is a young nation with 63% of its population under the age of 35 years. It has a fast growing digital audience with 800 million mobile connections and over 200 million internet users. Reliance thoroughly believes in India’s potential to lead the world with its capabilities in innovation. Towards that end, Reliance envisages creation of a digital revolution in India.
Reliance Jio aims to enable this transformation by creating not just a cutting-edge voice and broadband network, but also a powerful ecosystem on which a range of rich digital services will be enabled – a unique green-field opportunity.
The three-pronged focus on broadband networks, affordable smartphones and the availability of rich content and applications has enabled Jio to create an integrated business strategy from the very beginning, and today, Jio is capable of offering a unique combination of telecom, high speed data, digital commerce, media and payment services.
Jio envisions a new India which will use digital currency instead of paper money for a more secure and convenient way to transact. Jio Money, Jio’s digital currency and digital payments business, will play a crucial role in this by offering a platform for ubiquitous, affordable and secure digital payments.
Reliance Jio has laid more than 2.5 lakh kilometres of fibre-optic cables, covering 18,000 cities and over one lakh villages, with the aim of covering 100% of the nation’s population by 2018. It has an initial end-to-end capacity to serve in excess of 100 million wireless broadband and 20 million Fibre-to-Home customers. Reliance Jio has also built nearly half-a-million square feet of cloud data centres and a multi-Terabit capacity international network.
Here is a sneak peak into Realiance Jio’s Office in Navi Mumbai. See Inside Pics:
Mukesh Ambani owned Reliance Jio has bagged the Herman Miller-REACH award for innovative concept design of commercial office situated in Navi Mumbai.
One highlight from their eight-storied glass-façade building is an art installation that is supposedly made out of scrapped remains of a petite four-wheeler which once used to be a ubiquitous black-and-yellow taxi.
open office culture
“One of the biggest challenges we faced was the pre-existing cabin culture”, said a management executive with Jio who was closely related to the project.
The telecom company joined hands with a number of designers and concept artists to carefully plan the layout of the office, which was completed in 2015
Conceived and implemented by Mumbai-based design consultant firm DWP Interics, Jio’s open-office model was rewarded primarily for its collaborative spaces, sleek lounges, and use of attractive color schemes.
Reliance Jio Office Address:
Reliance Corporate Park, Gate House, MIDC Industrial Area, Thane Belapur Road, Ghansoli, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 400701, India