`

Feedback

Reader's Poll

Which of the following technologies/concepts are likely to witness significant traction this year?
 
Any data to show

Teledata

Tele Data

Mobile Subscribers Yearwise comparision

Tele.net magazine archives

Keywords: 
Section:
Topic:
Month and Year:
 
 

Monthly archives


Search Results


Total: 90 results found.

NSN is in the process of restructuring itself in an attempt to improve its financial performance. The vendor is planning to restructure its five divisions into three ­ business solutions, net- work NSN ...
Telenor Pakistan has entered into a contract with NSN to build off-grid solar sites. According to the terms of the contract, NSN will provide its off-grid site solution, Green Energy Control, which Telenor ...
Motorola has entered into a contract with the Kuwait-based Zain Group. According to the terms of the contract, it will expand and upgrade the operator's 3G HSPA mobile broadband net- work to HSPA+. Motorola ...
Hong Kong-based operator SmarTone-Vodafone has launched commercial HSPA+ services, providing peak network speeds of 21 Mbps. The company is now planning to upgrade its network speeds to 28 Mbps and Hong ...
Malaysian Wi-Max provider Packet One Networks (P1) has earmarked $58.9 million-$88.3 million in capital expenditure for 2010. A part of these funds is likely to be used for the operator's expansion Malaysian ...
China Mobile has suspended its plan to acquire fixed line operator China Railcom. The primary reason for the move reportedly is Railcom's excessive debt situation. The acquisition, which was to be China ...
Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom and UK-based Vodafone have signed a non-equity partner market agreement to provide their customers with high quality communication services and enhanced roaming Taiwan's Chunghwa ...
Chunghwa Telecom plans to deploy gigabit-capable passive optical network (GPON) for the first time in 2010. The company will spend about TWD12.8 billion on fibre deployments in 2010 alone, including Chunghwa ...
UAE-based telecom operator Emirates Telecommunications (Etisalat) plans to invest $1.36 billion in its optic fibre network over the next two years. The company intends to take its optic fibre network UAE-based ...
Motorola has been contracted by Kuwait-based mobile group Zain to expand and upgrade its domestic 3G HSPA mobile broadband net- work to HSPA+. It was earlier also contracted by Zain to deploy its 3G Motorola ...
61. Tariffs Tumble - More players, more offerings
Trends and Developments - November 15, 2009
India's 470 million-plus mobile subscribers are the biggest gainers from the competitive anxiety that is building up in the telecom market today. Five new brands have blazed into the sector in the India's ...
62. Telecom SEZs - Overcoming roadblocks
Trends and Developments - November 15, 2009
India's drive to set up special economic zones (SEZs) has run into high-decibel criticism and faced more than its fair share of controversies. It has also been retarded by unresolved policy and India's ...
It looks like the 3G spectrum auction, delayed several times since January 2008, may now kick off in January 2010. An information memorandum (IM) released by the Department of Telecommunications It ...
64. AT&T - Looking for a bigger role
Company Stories - November 15, 2009
India's telecom space is buzzing with interested parties following the decision to allow foreign players to bid for 3G spectrum. International operators and Indian firms are all jostling with each India's ...
65. HTC India - Small but promising player
Company Stories - November 15, 2009
The booming Indian handset market is dominated by industry bigwigs such as Nokia, Samsung and Motorola. But niche players are also beginning to make their mark. HTC India, the Indian arm of Taiwanese The ...
e S c I et up in 1948 for manufacturing teleom equipment, Indian Telephone ndustries (ITI) Limited has provided equipment for over 50 per cent of the country's telecom network. However, while the   ...
67. Policy Revisit - Should the NTP, 1999 be revised?
Discussion Board - November 15, 2009
Analysts believe that the amount paid by operators for pan-Indian licences in the last round of licensing was a pittance, considering it came bundled with spectrum. The question therefore arises Analysts ...
68. N.K. Srivastava, Senior DDG, TEC
Face to Face - November 15, 2009
The Telecommunication Engineering Centre (TEC) plays a key role in the Indian telecom sector. It is an essential building block in the administrative machinery, facilitating policy-making and strategic ...
At 15 million user additions per month, subscriber growth in the country continues unabated. But this has ceased to be a guarantee of good financial health for service providers. Rising At 15 million ...
According to ABI Research, the global spend on telecom infrastructure in 2009 is likely to be around $49 billion. However, 2010 promises to be some- what better with the spend rising by about 1.5 per According ...
i Ws t th over 15 million wireless subcriber additions per month, the elecom sector promises huge opportunities for vendors in the transmis- sion segment. During the period 2007-08 to 2008-09, the With ...
Afast growing subscriber base, the advent of new technologies and applications and increasing competition in the market have made the telecom transmission industry one of the most robust, attractive A ...
In telecommunications, transmission is the process of sending, propagating and receiving an analog or digital information signal over a physical point-to-point or point-to-multipoint transmission In ...
The telecom sector is one of the key growth drivers of the transmission industry in India. With new technologies com- ing in, a growing demand for higher speeds and bandwidth, existing operators The ...
75. Good Show - Media majors move to fully converged IP networks
Media and Entertainment - November 15, 2009
Aiming to provide reliable news and updated content, media and entertainment companies have come a long way in their use of technology. Far from the days of desktop computers, fax machines and Aiming ...
 Your cart is empty

Keysight-bengaluru

Keysight-delhi

Monday morning