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India witnessed a first-of-its-kind phenomenon on November 8, 2016, when the government banned Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denomination notes. By Suresh Khosla, Vice-President and Head, Asia Pacific, Mahindra ...
77. OFC Backbone: Technology of choice for smart cities
OFC Networks in India - August 16, 2017
The concept of smart cities is part of the urban development vision. The concept of smart cities is part of the urban development vision. It envisages the integration of information and communication ...
The optic fibre cable (OFC) market in India is on an upward growth trajectory owing to increasing broadband deployments in the backhaul and last mile access networks, and government initiatives such as ...
79. Leveraging OFC: Progress in deployments by telecom arms of PSUs
OFC Networks in India - August 16, 2017
While pure-play telecom companies are at the forefront of driving optic fibre cable (OFC) deployment in India, the telecom arms of key PSUs in the railways, power, and oil and gas sectors are also undertaking ...
The BharatNet project, driven by the objective of providing high speed broadband access (100 Mbps) to 250,000 gram panchayats (GPs) in the country, is one of the key initiatives under the government’s ...
81. On a Roll: Fibre gains ground
Trends and Developments - August 10, 2017
The upsurge in data services is redefining telecom dynamics across the world.  The upsurge in data services is redefining telecom dynamics across the world. The bandwidth promised by 4G/5G technologies ...
82. On a Roll: Fibre gains ground
OFC Networks in India - August 10, 2017
The upsurge in data services is redefining telecom dynamics across the world. The upsurge in data services is redefining telecom dynamics across the world. The bandwidth promised by 4G/5G technologies ...
The Indian telecom services market is estimated to reach $103.9 billion by 2020, growing at a rate of 10.3 per cent annually between 2015 and 2020. Arun Gupta, CEO and Founder, MoMagic Technologies ...
SITI Cable has come a long way since the launch of its cable TV operations in 1994.   SITI Cable has come a long way since the launch of its cable TV operations in 1994. Today, the company is a ...
Neither virtual reality (VR) nor augmented reality (AR) are new technologies. However, their widespread adoption by individual users is a more recent phenomenon, which can be largely attributed to the ...
86. Wi-Fi Wave: Proliferation of free public internet access
Trends and Developments - August 04, 2017
The deployment of public Wi-Fi hotspots is one of the key pillars of the government’s ambitious Digital India initiative. The deployment of public Wi-Fi hotspots is one of the key pillars of the ...
There are around 425,000 telecom towers in the country and this number is estimated to grow significantly, owing to the increasing pressure on operators to increase their network coverage. By Surajit ...
Universal service or access funds are a mechanism by which a national regulatory authority mandates, oversees and/or coordinates a set of subsidies and fees designed to promote telecom access in a country. ...
The country has witnessed an exponential growth in the uptake of mobile services during the past few years. However, the growth has been confined to metro cities and large urban conglomerates, thus deepening ...
90. Digital Makeover: ICT applications in rural areas
Rural Telephony - August 01, 2017
Information and communications technology (ICT) has the potential to improve the quality of life in remote and rural areas through improved access to health, education and other facilities, which will ...
Ram Prasad Mamidi, chief information officer (CIO), TTSL, shares his views on emerging IT trends in the telecom sector and TTSL’s strategy to leverage these. The fine line between IT and telecom ...
Ram Prasad Mamidi, chief information officer (CIO), TTSL, shares his views on emerging IT trends in the telecom sector and TTSL’s strategy to leverage these. The fine line between IT and telecom ...
Spirent Communications has launched an automotive Ethernet protocol conformance and performance test system.  Spirent Communications has launched an automotive Ethernet protocol conformance and performance ...
Rohde & Schwarz has enhanced some of the features of its R&S Scope Rider oscilloscope. Rohde & Schwarz has enhanced some of the features of its R&S Scope Rider oscilloscope. The key ...
Keysight Technologies has launched a broadband millimetre-wave network analyser solution that delivers unparalleled system-level accuracy of up to 120 GHz. Keysight Technologies has launched a broadband ...
Anritsu has introduced the Universal Fixture Extraction (UFX) option for its VectorStar vector network analysers (VNAs) to provide enhanced signal integrity. Anritsu has introduced the Universal ...
National Instruments (NI) has launched the baseband model of the second-generation vector signal transceiver (VST) called PXIe-5820. National Instruments (NI) has launched the baseband model of the ...
Savitri Telecom Services has launched MPOLx, an optical loss test set that can meet all multi-fibre push-on (MPO) Tier 1 (basic) test and certification requirements. Savitri Telecom Services has ...
At a recent tele.net conference, “OFC Networks in India”, Shashi Ranjan Kumar, joint secretary, Department of Telecommunications, discussed the key provisions of the new RoW rules as well as the progress ...
Over the past few years, the retail sector has been increasingly moving towards the omnichannel model, which allows consumers to buy from multiple channels including brick-and-mortar stores as well as ...
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