In the competitive telecom services scenario that has emerged over the last couple of years, the Indian market seems to be in no mood for MVNOs.
Offshoring to India remains a highly attractive proposition for many companies, and it is the undisputed industry leader, concludes the A.T. Kearney Global Services Location Index.
While there is a great deal of complexity associated with procurement, organizations have increasingly turned to transforming their sourcing and procurement functions to generate the next round of gains.
Gigabit LTE has the potential to accelerate 5G rollout as it is a true stepping stone to 5G. Carriers will be able to take advantage of both 4G and 5G networks with a layer of Gigabit coverage everywhere. For carriers, this means a more economical road to 5G.
FSO is the next frontier for net-centric connectivity, as bandwidth, spectrum, and security issues favor its adoption as an adjunct to RF communications.
The Department of Telecommunications has on Nov 15, 2016, issued a notification specifying rules to regulate underground infrastructure (optical fiber) and overground infrastructure (mobile towers). A review.
5G subscriptions will reach half-a-billion in 2022, and more forecasts The Ericsson Mobility Report.
A joint study from IIM Bangalore and Counterpoint Researchers makes a strong case for the industry and the government to put efforts to drive the true local value addition of components from current 6 percent to more than 30 percent level in the next 5 years.
Sudarshan Pitty, Head of Chennai Manufacturing Operations, Nokia
Ankit Narula, Deputy GM, Idea Cellular
Balaji Prakash, Consumer Business Unit Head-Karnataka and Kerala Circles, Tata Teleservices Limited
Ashish Gulati, Country Head, Telit India
Pankaj Sharma, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, Telenor India
Ravi Shankar Rai, Managing Director, Savitri Group