Coronavirus outbreak impact: Ericsson pulls out of MWC 2020, says safety of employees highest priority
The company said that the most responsible business decision was to withdraw participation from this year's event.
Nokia, Ericsson, ZTE, UTStarcom receive part of their outstanding from BSNL
BSNL has paid the outstanding dues worth Rs 150 crore each to Nok...
Quantum leap: Global deployment of 5G network for a hyper-connected world
In India, the 5G launch might happen in 2021-22, with 5G auctions l...
Trade bodies object to DoT-ISRO 5G proposal
The current proposal of the DoT at the behest of the ISRO wants to slash the transmission capability of mobile base stations operating in the band. If accepted, this move will hurt India’s 5G ambitions, they said. ISRO has stated that if the transmission capability is not slashed, telecom signals will interfere with its satellites.
Telecom gear vendors, London trade group raise pitch in spectrum fight
They said the proposal of DoT, at the behest of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), to slash the transmission capability of mobile base stations operating in the band, if accepted, will hurt India’s 5G ambitions. ISRO has said that if the transmission capability is not slashed, telecom signals will interfere with its satellites.
Airtel urges Trai to postpone scrapping of IUC
“The (London-based) GSMA too has predicted that 12-13% of customers will continue to use 2G handsets till 2025,” Airtel said in its submissions to the Trai, which had sought comments on a proposal to defer the introduction of a zero IUC regime.
DoT asks handset makers to give IMEI numbers by November
While the govt has security reasons, manufacturers are said to be happy with the move as it will prevent resale, fraudulent activities
Right time to build IoT in India: Bharti Airtel
Airtel is focusing on enabling connectivity, building applications and providing a platform for developers to build the new use cases.
Jio partners with GSMA for digital literacy among women
GSMA is an industry body that represents mobile network operators worldwide.
DoT likely to start tracking system for lost mobiles next month
New tracking system would make detection of stolen phones possible even if IMEI number is changed.
Isha Ambani has a plan to empower women, digitally, with some help from Jio
The 27-year-old wants to follow in her mother Nita's footsteps to bring about a change in the society.
India may have 88 million 5G connections by 2025: GSMA
India alone will generate almost a quarter of the world's new mobile subscribers over this period.
2G GSM technology suitable for uncovered villages: HFCL's Mahendra Nahata
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited had selected Delhi-based HFCL to deploy, operate and maintain 924 telecom towers in the two Assam districts.
BSE's India INX launches platform for green bonds
The platform -- GSM (Global Securities Market) Green -- went live on Wednesday.
Mobile companies blame GSMA for allowing favourable TAC tariff to China over Indian market
The London-based body said it is working with the players and the Indian government to resolve the issue.
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