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The account books of several major telecom companies have come under a cloud following allegations that many of them had not been paying the government a requisite share of their earnings as licence     ...
2. Vikram Saksena, Executive VP, CTO, Tellabs
Face to Face - June 15, 2009
With over 390 million wireless users and a dynamic technology landscape, the Indian telecom market is a key area for telecom vendor Tellabs. The company, which has been present in the country for With ...
Bharti and MTN revive merger talks (India) Bharti Airtel and South Africa's largest telecom company, the MTN Group, have revived merger talks. According to the proposed plan, the $23 billion merger Bharti ...
Bharti Airtel receives $4 billion loan commitment from Standard Chartered Bharti Airtel has reportedly received a commitment from Standard Chartered Bank for a $4 billion bridge loan to finance its Bharti ...
Swan Telecom acquires Allianz Infratech Swan Telecom has completed the acquisition of Allianz Infratech. Swan has reportedly received a no-objection certificate from the Department of Swan Telecom has ...
RCOM to raise $500 million through QIP route Reliance Communications (RCOM) is planning to raise about $500 million worth of funds through the qualified institutional placement (QIP) route. The Reliance ...
Telenor raises its stake in Unitech Wireless to 49 per cent Norway's Telenor has hiked its stake in Unitech Wireless to 49 per cent through an additional investment of Rs 11.3 billion. According to Norway's ...
Wipro acquires Nokia's Mobile Broadcast Solutions unit Wipro Technologies, the global IT arm of Wipro Limited, has acquired the Mobile Broadcast Solutions unit of cellular handset maker Nokia for an Wipro ...
Telkom acquires domestic business data provider (Indonesia) Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom) has, through its subsidiary, Multimedia Nusantara, acquired the remaining 49 per cent it did not already Telekomunikasi ...
Qtel to issue $5 billion worth of bonds (Qatar) Qatar Telecom (Qtel) plans to issue bonds worth up to $5 billion partly to help refinance its debt. The group has stated that its Qtel International Qatar ...
Chunghwa Telecom raises stake in Senao International (Taiwan) Chunghwa Telecom has acquired a 9.3 per cent stake in Taiwan-based Senao International, a manufacturer and seller of telecommunications Chunghwa ...
While multi-billion dollar equity deals have been the talking point of the Indian telecom sector, there seems to be a growing dependence on the debt market as well. Both public sector and private While ...
13. Promising Growth - Status of rural telephony
Rural Telephony - June 15, 2009
v Os er the past few years, rural teledenity has shot up sharply, from a dismal 2 per cent in 2006 to about 14 per cent in April 2009. Much of this increase has been in the wireless space and can be Over ...
As the next level of growth will come from the rural areas, over the past two years, telecom operators have increased their focus on these regions and have customised their strategies to target rural As ...
Backed by the initiatives of the government and private operators, rural connectivity in the country has grown at a rapid pace over the past two to three years. While private operators are expediting Backed ...
In most countries of the world, rural communities still constitute an untapped communications market but have, in fact, been given short shrift in the implementation of telecom reforms. Until In most ...
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has issued a consultation paper, "Measures to Improve Telecom Penetration in Rural India ­ The Next 100 Million Subscribers", to accelerate the growth ...
Despite rural teledensity having risen considerably over the past few years through the efforts of the government and private companies, the urban-rural divide continues to widen. tele.net asks   Despite ...
hours a day. As a result of this, the wear and tear of gensets increases and the cost of operation goes up. Another initiative that operators can take is to set up after-sales services in these areas hours ...
20. Focus on Connectivity - Evolving telecom needs of campuses and townships
Buildings, Campuses & Townships - June 15, 2009
With the aim of using telecom as a strategic tool, educational institutions and townships are establishing a robust communications backbone that ensures zero downtime and minimum latency. There is an With ...
21. Timely Overhaul - Ansal Housing upgrades its communications infrastructure
Buildings, Campuses & Townships - June 15, 2009
While it has a substantial market share of the real estate business, Ansal Housing and Construction (AHC) recognised the need to upgrade its rather limited communications infrastructure to one that While ...
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay, is ranked amongst the leading educational institutions in the country. The institute recognised the need to upgrade its dated communications The Indian ...
23. Prem Pradeep, CEO, Bharti Infratel
People - June 15, 2009
Prem Pradeep has worked in a diverse ange of industries in India and the US, ranging from automotive to food and beverages, textiles to music and telecom.   Prem Pradeep has worked in a diverse ...
The Telecom Commission has cleared the proposal to allow mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) to launch operations in India. So far, the communications and ministry had been unable to release The ...
Acommittee set up to resolve the controversy surrounding the allocation of spectrum to telecom operators has suggested that operators should be allowed to share and transfer spectrum amongst Acommittee ...
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