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Bahrain-based integrated telecommunications company Bahrain Telecommunications (Batelco) is planning to acquire a 49 per cent stake in S Tel Limited for $225 million. Batelco will partner with Bahrain-based ...
RCOM has repurchased bonds worth $10 million from the international market. It has bought back 100 zero-coupon foreign cur- rency convertible bonds (FCCBs) of $100,000 each, at a discount to the RCOM ...
Tata Communications has bought a further 30 per cent stake in South African network operator Neotel, to increase its shareholding in the company to 56 per cent. The purchase of additional stake has Tata ...
Two months after raising Rs 15 billion from financial institutions, Tata Communications has raised Rs 2.5 billion through a bond issue, just ahead of the Wi-Max spectrum auction in January-March Two ...
Bharti Airtel has signed a strategic agreement with global managed services provider Virtela to enhance its international managed multi-protocol label switching connectivity outside India to over Bharti ...
Bharti Airtel has become the first private player to launch internet protocol TV (IPTV) services under the brand Airtel Digital Television Interactive. The customer has to pay Rs 3,999 as a one- time Bharti ...
France Telecom has been granted an internet service provider (ISP) licence by DoT. The French company had obtained national and international long distance licences in 2008. Currently, the company's France ...
In a related development, Cable & Wireless has invested around $30 million to roll out its multi-services platform in India. The new platform will offer telecom and connectivity solutions to over 150 ...
Nokia Siemens Networks is planning to open another network operation centre in India in addition to the one it has in Chennai. The new facility is likely to be set up in the NCR in the first quarter Nokia ...
Malaysian mobile operator DiGi Telecommunications is planning to invest more than MYR1.1-1.3 billion in 2009. DiGi, which trails behind Maxis Mobile and Celcom in the Malaysian mobile market, will Malaysian ...
MTN, South Africa's largest mobile operator by subscribers, is looking to acquire a 50 per cent stake in corporate internet ser- vice provider (ISP) UUNet to help consolidate its position in the MTN, ...
Hong Kong's telecom regulator, Office of the Telecommunications Authority, has shortlisted five companies for its upcoming wire- less broadband licence auction. These are China Mobile Hong Kong, Hong ...
Taiwanese Wi-Max licence holder VMAX Telecom has selected Samsung to provide base stations, network access gateways and related equipment for the initial part of its Wi-Max network rollout in the Taiwanese ...
Alcatel-Lucent and Microsoft have settled six patent litigation dis- putes, mostly dating back to 2002 and involving Lucent. Microsoft, however, is pursuing an appeal against a patent dis- pute Alcatel-Lucent ...
Motorola has been selected by China Telecom as a key CDMA network infrastructure supplier to upgrade a portion of its nationwide CDMA2000 1x network, to include next-generation broadband data Motorola ...
Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) has signed a deal with hardware vendor Huawei Technologies that will see the latter build and deploy a nationwide long-haul dense wavelength division Pakistan ...
Orascom Telecom has launched 3G mobile services under the brand name Koryolink in North Korea. Reportedly, Koryolink will ini- tially cover the capital, Pyongyang, with a population of more than 2 Orascom ...
Alcatel-Lucent has decided to cut its investment in Wi-Max, GSM and CDMA 1x networks as it tries to reduce costs. Instead, the company will step up its investments in long-term evolution tech- nology Alcatel-Lucent ...
Nortel's move to exit the metro Ethernet networks business verti- cal has reportedly attracted vendors including Huawei, Cisco, Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN). Reportedly, Nortel is Nortel's ...
thailand-based telecom operator Digital Total Access Communications (DTAC) has selected Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) and Huawei Technologies to supply equipment for the planned 3G network rollout. thailand-based ...
South Korea's fixed line and broadband operator KT Corporation is planning to submit an application to the country's telecom regula- tor seeking approval to undertake a merger with its mobile South ...
Indonesia's mobile operator Telekomunikasi Selular has won two tenders worth IDR534 billion from the Government of Indonesia to provide telecom services in the rural areas of Java and Sumatra. The Indonesia's ...
Taiwan's VMAX Telecom has chosen Wi-Max equipment vendor Alvarion for deploying its wireless broadband network. The 2.5 GHz mobile Wi-Max rollout will begin in Taoyuan and Hsinchu counties. The Taiwan's ...
BBC's international development organisation, BBC World Service Trust has selected Ericsson to develop its mobile learning initiative in Bangladesh. According to the agreement, Ericsson will work on BBC's ...
UAE-based telecom service provider Emirates Telecommunications(Etisalat) has won Iran's third countrywide mobile licence as part of a consortium with Iran-based Taameen Telecom. The latter is owned UAE-based ...
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