November 2018


The 27th year of the SCaT India Tradeshow was held from the 24th to 26th October 2018, at the World Trade Center, Mumbai.

This years Show again focused on the Cable TV, Broadband industry, with methods of delivery of content as well as the hardware and software connected with these businesses.

Once again, the high attendance of people from the industry from all over South Asia, re-emphasised the Show’s importance, for both, exhibiting companies as well as visitors; thus again establishing its record of being the largest Tradeshow for this industry in the region! Over 20,000 visitors entered the Exhibition Halls.

The 2018 show also recorded a huge turnout, both in terms of the number of companies and brands which participated as well as in terms of the number of visitors to the show. Numbers of participating companies were more and the footfalls were also increased on each of the 3 days of the show. The first day saw a huge spurt in numbers of visitors.

The show was sold out almost 2 months in advance, and some companies took recourse to sharing booths with other noncompeting companies to be able to be able to use the Show to expose their latest products and services to the industry!

All major MSOs, thousands of LCOs and other content distribution platforms from all over the country, attended the show.


Of the total footfalls, the total numbers comprised of over 99.89 % trade visitors, once again reinforcing its popularity and importance as a major Trade event.

This year too, the organizers concentrated their promotion only to the trade, using the postal address, email & mobile number databases of the SATELLITE & CABLE TV magazine. The databases having been refined and regulated over the years offered an excellent direct market reach, providing information to cable operators, MSOs, and dealers, manufacturers & importers of CATV equipment across the country.

A larger number of Digital MSOs from Phase-3 and Phase-4 areas of DAS were present, along with many LCOs from these two phases.

Note: The figures may not be in keeping with the number of visitors indicated in other tables since many Trade visitors hold / perform multiple functions. For eg. An importer may also be a Distributor; or a manufacturer may also be a retailer, etc..