Should We Order Huawei Equipment or Not? Telcos Ask Govt

Telcos have written to the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) to announce a final decision on the issue  Recently during the third ET Telecom India Mobile Conclave  Bharti Enterprises vice chairman Akhil Gupta has appealed the union government to make...

$50-60 Billion Required By Telecom Sector To Achieve Policy Goals

There have been various litigations on the AGR while over Rs 25,000 crore is lying with the government on account of GST for which the industry is seeking a refund.  A preliminary finding revealed that the telecom sector would require...

Nokia Bags 4G Equipment Contract From Vodafone Idea

Nokia said these deployments will enable Vodafone Idea Ltd (VIL) subscribers to enjoy higher-bandwidth applications and services. Finnish telecom gear-maker Nokia has won a contract to supply 4G equipment to Vodafone Idea Ltd across its multiple service areas.  A joint statement...

India’s First Smart Pole To Be Launched By BSNL-Nokia

The two companies have already signed a network modernisation agreement to support the launch of 4G and Voice over LTE (VoLTE) services in India’s western and southern circles. Finnish telecom gear maker Nokia is likely to launch its first smart pole deployed at the state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam...

Tech Mahindra To Acquire K-Vision To Expand 5G Business

The deal between Tech Mahindra and K-Vision was signed on Thursday and is expected to close by end of this month.  IT company Tech Mahindra will acquire Japan-based mobile network solution firm K-Vision for USD 1.5 million in an all-cash...

ZTE Invites Testing Of Products By Any Global Authority Including Indian Govt

ZTE expects growth in India operations this year on the back of business from Vodafone Idea Limited (VIL) and state-run BSNL. Chinese telecom gear maker ZTE said that it is open to evaluation and testing of its products and solutions by any...

LTE Testing Equipment Market Expected to Surpass US$ 3 Billion in Upcoming Years

Rapid connectivity migration from 3G to 4G and 5G is cited as the most prominent driving force instrumenting stellar revenue growth of LTE testing equipment in recent years. Exceptional penetration of wireless technology has been steadily pushing LTE (Long-term Evolution)...

5G Tester Market will Account for Revenues Worth US$ 629Mn in 2019: Report

Demand growth of 5G tester is likely to gain more prominence in the automotive industry over the course of next few years The sales volume of 5G tester will thrive impressively at around 14 per cent in 2019, Future Market...

Swiss Fibre Major R&M Plans to Scale up India Manufacturing Facility

The company is also planning to increase its sales and services operations by increasing partners across the country As India embarks on a roadmap to embrace the fifth-generation (5G) technology-based telecom service, Switzerland-based fibre manufacturer Reichle & De-Massari AG, or...

Tech, Media and Telecom Sectors Emerging as Major Occupier of Prime Office Space

Tech, Media, Telecom Sectors Accounts for 19 Per Cent of Grade A office space in Mumbai and 48 Per cent in Bengaluru, as per Colliers Research The patterns of space occupation are changing in Asian urban markets as technology,...

WPC’s ETA Exemption to Expedite Telecom Product Launches in India: COAI

Earlier, there was a need for mobile phone firms to take the consent for even sample items which they displayed at the time of announcing launches Telecom industry body Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) said the decision of Wireless Planning and Coordination (WPC) of...

Samsung and Huawei Agree to Settle 2-Year-Old Patent Dispute in US

Huawei on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the US government saying that ban on its equipment was unconstitutional.   South Korea's Samsung Electronics and China's Huawei Technologies have reportedly agreed to settle their two-year-old patent dispute over wireless technology in...

Huawei Sues US Govt as ‘Last Resort’ to Get Ban on its Products Lifted

Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou's initial extradition hearing will take place on May 8, a Canadian court ruled on Wednesday.    Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei Technologies on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the US government saying that ban on its...

Nelco Subsidiary Bags License For In-Flight Telecom Services

As the demand for IFMC services is high, Nelco has a big opportunity to grow further in this sector. Nelco Limited’s wholly-owned subsidiary Tatanet Services Ltd. (TNSL) has obtained the authorisation license from Department of Telecommunications (DoT), Government of India for...

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