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Singapore Telecommunications has reportedly joined a consortium of telecom operators that is planning to build and operate the new SJC system. The new international submarine cable system is expected Singapore ...
Thailand's Advanced Info Service (AIS) is planning to partner with state-owned operator TOT to launch 2100 MHz 3G services in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chonburi and Hua Hin in early 2010. The deci- sion Thailand's ...
Malaysian operator Pacnet has obtained a network service provider licence from the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission. Following this, Malaysian carriers will be able to access high Malaysian ...
Taiwan-based mobile operator Far EasTone (FET) has awarded Ericsson a five-year contract to provide upgrades for its 2G and 3G networks. As per the contract, worth between $93.61 million and $124.81 Taiwan-based ...
FET has also commercially launched Wi-Max services in Taichung, charging users a monthly fee of $18.50 for the service.Motorola has designed, supplied and deployed the network. The company is FET has ...
56. At the Helm
People - January 15, 2010
Ministers In the past 10 years, the Ministry of Communications and IT has seen as many as five ministers, including the late Pramod Mahajan. During the same period, there have been eight secretaries Ministers ...
57. Where They Are Now
People - January 15, 2010
tele.net revisited some of the people who made a mark in the telecom industry in its early years and were featured in the first few issues of the magazine. Ten years on, most of them are still tele.net ...
58. Key Milestones - Landmark developments over the past 10 years
Trends and Developments - January 15, 2010
Over the past decade, the Indian telecom sector has transformed itself to become the second largest telecom market in the world. The growth has been driven by several factors including economic Over ...
For India's booming telecom industry, the past 10 years have been an undoubtedly good show. At the start of 2010, as the world is cautiously getting back on its feet, following the mid-2008 global economic ...
60. 500 Million and More - Mobile segment pushes the envelope
Trends and Developments - January 15, 2010
The Indian telecom sector has undergone a revolution over the past decade and is currently the second largest telecom market in the world after China with over 550 million subscribers and a teledensity ...
61. Wireline Woes - Continued decline in subscribers and revenue
Trends and Developments - January 15, 2010
In sharp contrast to the wireless segment in the country, which has witnessed exponential growth in the past decade, the wireline business has seen a steady decline in its user base. The decline has been ...
62. Behind Target - Internet and broadband growth fails to impress
Trends and Developments - January 15, 2010
Despite launching commercial internet services in 1995 and broadband services in 2004, India has still not managed to replicate its wireless success in the internet and broadband segments.  ...
63. Long Distance Race - Sector opens up to competition
Trends and Developments - January 15, 2010
Over the years the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) and the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) have undertaken several ini- tiatives to boost competition and promote growth in the national ...
The period 2000-10 has seen the country's telecom sector take giant strides, transforming from a fledgling industry into one of the world's fastest growing markets. At the close of 2009, the sector was ...
65. Rural Opportunity - Operators aim for the next level of growth
Trends and Developments - January 15, 2010
Over the past decade, the telecom secor has been transformed by huge nvestments, the rapidly expanding role of the private sector, growing competition in most market segments and extensive rollout ...
From bricks to minicomputers, mobile handsets have come a long way. The device first made its appearance in 1995 in Kolkata on Modi-Telstra's net- work, MobileNet. At the time, the hand sets (called "bricks") ...
India has been adding a record 15 million and more mobile subscribers every month. This phenomenal growth has triggered a similar expansion in the tele- com infrastructure space.  India has ...
68. Technology Leap - Upgrading to more powerful networks
Trends and Developments - January 15, 2010
Technologies in the telecom industry have been constantly evolving for over five decades. The pace of evolution has noticeably increased over the past 10 years, especially in the wireless and internet ...
For anyone watching TV, it has become impossible to get away from the "DOCOMO" crooners, the funnyshaped ZooZoos or the "What an Idea Sir- ji" advertisements. Though the ad on- slaught gets excessive  ...
70. Made in India - Global telecom equipment manufacturers set up shop
Trends and Developments - January 15, 2010
Buoyed by the exponential growth in demand for wireless services, the Indian telecom equipment manufacturing sector has come a long way in the past decade. In 2000, government-owned ITI Limited was..  ...
71. Super Six - Key players in the telecom sector
Company Stories - January 15, 2010
 Much of the success of the Indian teleom industry can be attributed to the ntrepreneurship, ambition and dynamism of the telecom operators. In the past 10 years, they have grown, stumbled,  Much ...
In spite of the hyper competition in the sector today, with companies like Bharti Airtel, Reliance Communications (RCOM), Vodafone Essar and Idea Cellu- lar dominating the market, state incumbent In ...
73. New Players - Six-pack competition
Company Stories - January 15, 2010
Over the past 10 years, the Indian teleom sector has emerged as a lucrative investment destination for operators, vendors and manufacturers alike. Over the past 10 years, the Indian teleom ...
74. Telecom Outlook: Impact of 3G - Future perspectives
Trends and Developments - January 15, 2010
Impact of 3G and entry of new players With reducing device and network costs and a focus on deeper penetration in the urban and rural areas, 2G networks will continue to be central to operations in   ...
75. Operator Perspective: The Way Forward - Service provider view
Trends and Developments - January 15, 2010
The "Operator Perspective" session included a discussion with Anil Sardana, managing director, Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL), and Sanjeev Aga, man- aging director, Idea Cellular. They shared their.. ...
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