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1. Growing Tenancies: Key trends and market outlook
Telecom Infrastructure in India - June 13, 2014
The telecom infrastructure segment has been a catalyst for sector growth during the past several years. The telecom infrastructure segment has been a catalyst for sector growth during the past several ...
Over the years, telecom services have emerged as an important tool in accelerating social and economic development in India. Over the years, telecom services have emerged as an important tool in ...
3. Closing the Digital Distance: USO Fund helps extend rural coverage
Telecom Infrastructure in India - June 13, 2014
The Universal Service Obligation (USO) Fund, established over a decade ago, has been instrumental in facilitating the provision of telecom services in rural and remote areas in India. The Universal ...
4. Pause in Progress: Implementation issues affect operator plans
Telecom Infrastructure in India - June 13, 2014
In the past two years, the government has introduced several policy and regulatory guidelines to mitigate the uncertainty in the telecom sector. In the past two years, the government has introduced ...
5. Managing Energy Needs: Strategy to reduce power consumption at lower sites
Telecom Infrastructure in India - June 13, 2014
While the power supply scenario has shown a slight improvement over the years, power availability remains inconsistent and unreliable in most areas. While the power supply scenario has shown a slight ...
6. Zoning In: DoT guidelines seek to regulate tower construction
Telecom Infrastructure in India - June 13, 2014
Given the size of the telecom tower industry, zoning or systematic regulation of tower construction assumes importance. Given the size of the telecom tower industry, zoning or systematic regulation ...
7. Pooling Pays: Need for active infrastructure sharing
Telecom Infrastructure in India - June 13, 2014
Network infrastructure sharing can be classified into three different categories – passive, active and core. Network infrastructure sharing can be classified into three different categories – passive, ...
8. Small Cell, Big Future: Keeping pace with the gigabyte revolution
Telecom Infrastructure in India - June 13, 2014
According to estimates, global mobile data demand will increase to 1 GB per user per day by 2020. Industry analysts expect this demand to be driven by greater adoption of cloud services, the increasing ...
The information technology (IT) and IT-enabled services (ITeS) industry continues to contribute significantly to the growth and development of the Indian economy. The information technology (IT) ...
Jagbir Singh resigns as CTO of Bharti Airtel Jagbir Singh resigns as CTO of Bharti Airtel Jagbir Singh has resigned as Bharti Airtel’s chief technology officer (CTO) and director of the Network Services ...
11. Handsets and Services launched in May 2014
Sales & Marketing - June 13, 2014
Mobile devices Mobile devices Xolo has introduced the Q1010i smartphone with a 5-inch screen. The smartphone works on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system (OS) with upgrades available for ...
12. Data on the Go: Public Wi-Fi hotspots could be a game changer
Trends and Developments - June 11, 2014
The public Wi-Fi segment, which has had a poor track record in service availability and uptake in the country so far, is likely to see increased activity in the coming months with the industry and government ...
13. Telecom trends: TRAI releases PIR for October-December 2013
Trends and Developments - June 11, 2014
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) recently released the performance indicator report (PIR) for the October-December 2013 quarter. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) recently ...
For several years, traditional retail services for individual consumers were the mainstay of telecom operators’ business worldwide. For several years, traditional retail services for individual consumers ...
For Huawei Telecommunication India’s CEO, Cai Liqun, there is pride in the way the equipment-maker has achieved so much in such a short time, but future growth in the region is now the task ahead for him…  ...
16. Dr Pawan Maini, MD, Ramboll India
People - June 11, 2014
Pawan Maini, managing director, Ramboll India, takes pride in being a part of a company that has a long history. Pawan Maini, managing director, Ramboll India, takes pride in being a part of a company ...
A passion for numbers and an analytical mind help Sanjay Baweja in his job as chief financial officer (CFO) at Tata Communications, enabling him to ensure profitability for the company and raise funds ...
As director, channels and strategic partners, India and SAARC with Avaya, Hrishi Parthasarathy has his hands full. He is responsible for spearheading the company’s channel business and driving growth for ...
The biggest challenge before Naresh Arora is to analyse potential risks and ensure that the company does not run into any legal issues. The biggest challenge before Naresh Arora is to analyse potential ...
The biggest challenge facing telecom infrastructure companies today is energy management, observes Murali Arikara, executive director, Essential Energy India Private Limited. The biggest challenge ...
Rajesh Razdan had a successful innings in the telecom industry, working with a number of companies such as Nokia Siemens Networks, KPN International Consulting, Ericsson and Mobileum, before he co-founded ...
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