What you need to know about Assam tech: Assam is home to India’s second largest smartphone market.
The state is also one of the top smartphone markets in the country, with the country having the second-highest number of smartphones sold globally, according to the IDC.
It has also been home to the world’s largest number of mobile phone users, accounting for a whopping 80.3% of the country’s population.
The tech sector in Assam was once the province of a small handful of companies that were left behind as India moved from being a manufacturing-dominated economy to a global one.
That changed after the country became a member of the WTO in 1999, which allowed Assam to become an open, free-market economy.
As the country moved to the WTO, companies began to take on a more assertive role in the economy, and companies began making moves to establish offices in the state.
The move has led to an increase in the number of companies in Assams tech industry, and Assam has also become the location for India’s next generation of technology startups.
However, the state still has a long way to go in attracting the tech sector, as the state’s technology-based businesses have a long-term investment horizon of around 25 years.
In 2017, Assam accounted for almost 13% of India’s smartphone market, according the data from IDC, and that figure was only expected to increase to almost 14% by 2020.
It is unclear what impact the Indian government will make on the technology sector in the State of Assam, as it has not yet released any official data on the state of Assams economy.