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SK Telecom has reportedly approached China Telecom for a possible joint venture (JV) to start CDMA operations in China. SK Telecom has reportedly approached China Telecom for a possible joint venture ...
The Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) has reportedly given its approval to national fixed line operator Nepal Telecom and private internet service providers to offer high speed broadband access ...
Huawei and Qualcomm have completed Europe's first multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) field trial, carried out in conjunction with Telecom Italia. Huawei and Qualcomm have completed Europe's ...
LG Telecom has introduced an open, full-browsing internet service, called Oz, in South Korea. LG Telecom has introduced an open, full-browsing internet service, called Oz, in South Korea. The fixed ...
Taiwan's First International Telecom (Fitel) is partnering Motorola and UTStarcom to deploy a Wi-Max network in northern Taiwan as part of the state-led M-Taiwan programme. Taiwan's First International ...
Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom is likely to set up a $30 million internet data JV with Vietnam's telecom operator Viettel as part of its efforts to expand overseas. Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom is likely to ...
Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) has tied up with Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), SP Telecom and Canada's Axia NetMedia to bid for the right to build a new broadband network infrastructure across ...
58. Race for MTN - Can Bharti pull it off?
Trends and Developments - May 15, 2008
Bharti's interest in South African operator, MTN, has been making telecom news. Bharti's interest in South African operator, MTN, has been making telecom news. This is a developing story and we are ...
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has released the quarterly Performance Indicator Report of Indian Telecom Services for the quarter ended December 2007. According to the report, the The ...
The BlackBerry controversy does not seem to be destined for a quick burial. The BlackBerry controversy does not seem to be destined for a quick burial. A recent meeting between officials of the Department ...
61. Tough Stand - DoT tightens M&A norms
Trends and Developments - May 15, 2008
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has recently announced merger and acquisition (M&A) guidelines for the telecom sector, based largely on the recommendations brought out by the Telecom Regulatory ...
The plush corporate office of Gurgaonbased Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) India is abuzz with energy. Barely a year into operations and NSN has contracted some of the largest network expansion orders The ...
How has the merger between Nokia and Siemens panned out? It is exactly a year since the merger and I would say it has panned out very advanta- geously. We had, in fact, calculated the benefits How ...
64. XCEL Telecom - Targets rapid growth
Company Stories - May 15, 2008
With passive infrastructure sharing gaining momentum and approximately 330,000 towers required to achieve the government's target of 500 million subscribers by 2010, the mobile tower business in India ...
Pune-based Sterlite Technologies, a fully integrated optic fibre producer, has been making the most of the current focus on broadband. Pune-based Sterlite Technologies, a fully integrated optic ...
The government recently issued revised guidelines for intra-service area mergers among unified access service licence holders, making consolidation more difficult and expensive. tele.net speaks to The ...
With over 260 million wireless users and an evolving technology landscape, the Indian telecom market is a key focus area for Motorola. With over 260 million wireless users and an evolving technology ...
Shyam-Sistema mulls infrastructure sharing arrangement with RTIL (India) The Shyam-Sistema joint venture is reportedly at an advanced stage of negotiation with Reliance Telecom Infrastructure Limited (RTIL) ...
RCOM acquires UK-based 4G service provider eWaves As part of its plan to launch 4G services globally, RCOM, through its wholly owned subsidiary Reliance Globalcom, has acquired eWaves, a UK-based 4G service ...
70. Unitech to offload stake
Finance - May 15, 2008
Unitech to offload stake Unitech is reportedly in the process of inviting financial bids from multinational telecom companies to offload 30-35 per cent stake in its new telecom venture, in an effort to ...
Spectrum fees yield revenue of Rs 30.15 billion in 2007-08 Revenue from spectrum fees has increased 44.25 per cent, from Rs 20.9 billion in 2006-07 to Rs 30.15 billion in 2007-08. Revenue from spectrum ...
Aishwarya Telecom's public issue oversubscribed 20 times Aishwarya Telecom, a manufacturer of telecom fibre optic products, launched its initial public offering (IPO) comprising 4 million shares in a Aishwarya ...
TTSL plans stake sale while TTML decides to hives off its tower division Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL) is planning to raise more than $1 billion by selling 15-30 per cent stake to private equity and ...
Oi set to buy controlling stake in Brasil Telecom (Brazil) Brazil's telecom service provider, Tele Norte Leste Participacoes SA, or Oi, has entered into a deal to buy 60.5 per cent stake in Brasil reals. ...
75. Safaricom launches IPO (Kenya)
Finance - May 15, 2008
Safaricom launches IPO (Kenya) Kenya-based telecom service provider Safaricom launched its 10 billion share (at KES5 each) IPO in Rwanda from March 28 to April 23, 2008. Kenya-based telecom service ...
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