The company's databank suggests that over 60% of India's blue collar workforce live in the areas where Sistema Shyam runs mobile operations.
Telecom department may approach DeiTY for migrating computing and data storage functions to cloud platform
DoT had mandated Trai to send recommendations for migrating computing and data storage functions of these organisations to the cloud platform.
The surge in mobile connections by private operators boosted national tele-density to 75.51% in May this year from 73.33% a year ago.
DoT will shortly dial the DeiTY, and not the sector regulator, to formulate a cloud services deployment roadmap for all government organisations.
At present, only eight contiguous blocks of spectrum in the 1800 MHz band are available in a total four out of India’s 22 circles.
It’s likely to use the data collated by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) to design the next airwaves sale more effectively.
The state-run telco also proposes to boost cashflows by targeting 45% revenue growth over the next five years and leasing out infrastructure across its telecom factories and training centres.
The fate of a near Rs 30,000-crore telecom venture for delivering community wi-fi services using the upcoming national optic fibre network (NOFN) venture is mired in uncertainty.
DeitY has suggested that only domestic electronics suppliers whose bids are within 20% of an L1 bid by a foreign vendor will be allowed to match it.
The cashout facility would enable a person who has deposited money with a mobile company to withdraw it at any location he wishes.
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