INDIA MOBILE TOWERS
Mobile broadband services may be hit as telcos face hurdles in setting up new infra
Tower firms and telcos have sought immediate intervention of the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) and the ministry of electronics & information technology (MeitY) amid the huge backlog in applications awaiting clearances.
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CBI still probing Sushant Singh Rajput's death; advanced forensic equipment used to analyse cell tower data
A team of experienced investigating officers was constituted to investigate the case.
Farmers, sympathisers continue to target telecom towers
Sources with knowledge of the matter said as many as 63 towers were damaged on Tuesday. Jio repaired some of the towers that were damaged over the past few days, they said, adding 826 sites were down as of Tuesday afternoon.
COAI condemns sabotage of telecom towers in Punjab
COAI said that the sector was an "essential service " provider and disrupting it would impact students , professionals and health workers who are logged online.
Jio execs to meet Punjab govt officials on continuing tower attacks
Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh has directed police to take action against anyone destroying telecom towers even as Reliance Jio Infocomm’s executives are due to meet senior state government officials in Punjab after protesting farmers damaged more than 1,500 Jio-owned or operated telecom towers over the past few days.
Telecom services hit in Punjab as protesting farmers damage towers
Telecom services have been disrupted in Punjab after protesting farmers disconnected power supply or cut the fibre of more than 1,450 towers, most of which belong to or are being used by Reliance Jio Infocomm (Jio).
Spectrum bands for 5G to be announced soon: DoT official
"Because of traditional users- Department of Space, Defence and the broadcasting ministry, they have already some services in these (spectrum identified for 5G) bands. It is very important to sit with them and see which of the services can be shifted and which are the bands that are to be made available for the IMT(mobile services)," said DoT Member.
Ashok Leyland renames Optare as Switch Mobility to drive electric and new mobility growth
“This strategy reflects the clear growth opportunities in the global light commercial vehicle (LCV) and bus electric vehicle market, which is projected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 25 per cent and to be worth in the region of $ 50 billion by 2030," said Dheeraj Hinduja, Chairman, Ashok Leyland.
Bharti Infratel-Indus Towers merger offers limited synergy savings: Analysts
"Given the limited overlap in the operations of Bharti Infratel and Indus Towers, synergies from the merger are likely to be limited to savings on administrative overheads," Jeffries said in a report.
PUBG to return with India-specific game, to invest $100 million
The relaunch of PUBG Mobile in the country reflects India’s growing prominence in the global mobile gaming and esports markets.
TAIPA calls for implementation of network roll out rules notified 3 years ago
Out of the remaining states and UTs, Delhi, West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Puducherry, Sikkim, J&K, Ladakh and Mizoram are in discussions for formulating their RoW policies, Taipa said in a statement.
Trai chief calls for creating shareable telecom infra in buildings
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Chairman R S Sharma said that contrary to general perception that availability of mobile towers will solve all problems, in-building connectivity still remains a challenge.
Trai seeks answers for poor broadband proliferation, slow speeds
“Even though mobile broadband services are easily available and accessible, what could be the probable reasons that approximately 40% of total mobile subscribers do not access data services,” the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) said in a consultation paper released Thursday.