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The public’s expectations from telecom operators are a ubiquitous network, seamless connectivity, good quality of service (QoS) and 24x7 network availability. The public’s expectations from telecom ...
2. Next Big Bet: Future of mobile wallets in India
Trends and Developments - November 18, 2016
Owing to the significant growth in wireless networks, India has over 1 billion mobile users today. Owing to the significant growth in wireless networks, India has over 1 billion mobile users today. ...
Milind Tamhane is a veteran in the field of fibre optics with over two and a half decades of experience across product development, manufacturing, commercial sales and marketing. Milind Tamhane is ...
Mandeep J. Sachdeva has spent a major part of his three decades of work life in the automotive industry, holding leadership roles at Escorts, Maruti and Mahindra. Mandeep J. Sachdeva has spent a ...
5. Genius Wong, President, Tata Communications
People - November 18, 2016
As president, Global Network, Cloud and Data Centre  Services at Tata Communications, Genius Wong has her hands full. As president, Global Network, Cloud and Data Centre  Services at Tata ...
6. New Strategies: Exploring a free voice calling scenario
Discussion Board - November 16, 2016
With the announcement of free voice services by Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited (RJIL), the Indian telecom market seems to be heading for interesting times. With the announcement of free voice services ...
Industry experts share their views on the emerging trends in the energy management space, the deployment of renewable energy solutions, the role of storage systems and the challenges faced by tower companies ...
8. Going Green: Renewable solutions to lower energy costs and emissions
Energy Needs of the Telecom Sector - November 11, 2016
Telecom towers across the country have the challenging task of providing uninterrupted telecom services to more than 1 billion subscribers Telecom towers across the country have the challenging task ...
9. Customised O&M: Focused approach needed for better opex management
Energy Needs of the Telecom Sector - November 11, 2016
Energy costs make up a large component, about 25 per cent, of the operational expenditure of telecom companies at tower sites. Energy costs make up a large component, about 25 per cent, of the operational ...
10. Storage Solutions: Key to ensuring uninterrupted power supply for telecom towers
Energy Needs of the Telecom Sector - November 10, 2016
The number of telecom towers in India has quadrupled from 100,000 in 2006 to nearly 420,000 in 2016. The number of telecom towers in India has quadrupled from 100,000 in 2006 to nearly 420,000 in 2016. ...
The Indian telecom tower industry has come a long way in terms of achieving operational efficiency. Central to this achievement has been the industry’s move towards adopting and exploring new, smarter ...
India is a rapidly growing market for internet services. India is a rapidly growing market for internet services. The number of people with advanced smartphones, tablets and other Wi-Fi-enabled consumer ...
Early signs of a major turnaround in Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) are visible as the country’s largest telecom PSU gears up for a threefold increase in its operational profits. Early signs ...
The Indian telecom market has always been very competitive. The Indian telecom market has always been very competitive. In order to tackle such cut-throat competition, telecom operators have resorted ...
The Indian telecom industry has plunged into a price war, which means lower margins and a fresh round of investments. The Indian telecom industry has plunged into a price war, which means lower margins ...
16. Aksh Optifibre: On an OFC capacity expansion drive
Company Stories - November 03, 2016
The Indian telecom market is witnessing a major surge in data uptake, driven by the expansion of high-speed networks and proliferation of smart devices. The Indian telecom market is witnessing a major ...
  The Jharkhand government is taking concrete steps towards enhancing the state’s information and communication technology infrastructure.   The Jharkhand government is taking concrete steps towards ...
Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) is one of the key players in the Indian city gas distribution (CGD) market. Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) is one of the key players in the Indian city gas distribution ...
The public sector is rapidly changing its approach towards service delivery as consumers become highly digital and demand ubiquitous connectivity. The public sector is rapidly changing its approach ...
20. Micromax: Reinventing itself to regain lost ground
Company Stories - November 01, 2016
In the quarter ended December 2014, domestic mobile handset vendor Micromax overtook Samsung for the first time to become India’s leading smartphone br-and, accounting for 22 per cent of the total smartphone ...
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