New Nokia handsets may make a Bond appearance during November release of 'No Time to Die'
HMD Global will showcase its first 5G phone in a commercial that drops tomorrow.
Nokia President and CEO Rajeev Suri to step down
Nokia’s Board of Directors has conducted a structured process for CEO succession and has bee...
Nokia replaces CEO with Fortum boss Lundmark to revive 5G business
Lundmark, who will succeed Rajeev Suri as Nokia chief executive in Septemb...
Reliance Jio develops in-house 5G tech to reduce costs
Jio has developed its own 5G and other technologies, to cut costs and reduce dependence on foreign vendors.
Reliance Jio builds in-house 5G, IoT; replaces Nokia, Oracle tech to reduce dependence on foreign gear
The Mukesh Ambani-owned company has replaced Nokia’s and Oracle’s 4G voice technology with its own, a senior company executive said. The move is perhaps a global first, analysts said, where a mobile phone company has developed in-house technology to replace third-party equipment vendors.
ET GBS 2020: Why music matters
Our hope was that by making music participation more accessible and fun, we could enable a new social medium that would connect the world through music. Yet despite this ambitious and possibly prescient vision, when Ge and I cofounded Smule, very few investors believed in the new iPhone, and fewer still believed in music as a viable market, reports Jeffrey C Smith.
European shares stabilise after worst week since 2008
The pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 1.8 per cent by 0818 GMT.
Airtel and Nokia join hands to offer private LTE to enterprises
Private LTE is a local LTE network utilizing dedicated radio equipment to service a premise making it independent of fluctuations in a wide-area network. The two companies had deployed the solution in January this year at Nokia’s equipment manufacturing facility in Chennai.
India should consider local manufacturing of telecom equipment: Country’s top cybersecurity official
“We should give a licence fee to them (Huawei), and ensure that hardware and software would remain ours, and that's the best option,” National Cyber Coordination Centre (NCCC) chief Lt Gen Rajesh Pant told ET. He said a multivendor approach was also one of the alternatives to thwart backdoor apprehensions.
Is your phone legally shipped but illegally sold?
According to a survey, 14% received a handset with foreign-language manual.
Coronavirus contamination: Indian handset companies call up govt for clarity
The association has issued a limited advisory to its members based on one from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “There is real fear among workers that the highly contagious virus might spread through machinery, components and devices imported from China,” Mohindroo said.
Apple logs double-digit growth in iPhone sales in India in Dec quarter
Apple India logged double-digit rise in iPhone sales and witnessed strong demand for iPads in Dec quarter.
Nokia looking to make IP, optical products in India
“India is a huge part of our markets in terms of what we do. We are evaluating manufacturing here, using this as a base for our IP and optical networks, and we are actively looking at the feasibility of whether we can do that,” CB Velayuthan, senior vice-president global sales, IP & optical networks at Nokia said.
Nokia, Ericsson, ZTE, UTStarcom receive part of their outstanding from BSNL
BSNL has paid the outstanding dues worth Rs 150 crore each to Nokia and ZTE, according to a source. BSNL is also set to release Rs 22 crore to Swedish Ericsson and Rs 50 crore to UTStarcom through circle offices towards supplies for the Phase-V GSM expansion initiative.
Telcos' dues, penalties to weigh heavily on vendors, tower cos
Bharti Infratel, Indus Towers and American Tower Corp (ATC) are bracing for a possible hit on their tower tenancies, because of the financial strain on customers Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea from the thousands of crores they need to pay the government.
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