February 25, 2020
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- RCom Offers Ericsson Rs 5 Bn to Clear Dues
- NCLAT Pushes Ericsson, Reliance Communications to Settle
- Patanjali Launches SIM Card in Tie-up with BSNL
- TRAI Not to Regulate In-flight Tariff in Indian Airspace
- Vodafone may Get an Indirect Stake in Idea Payments Bank
- Idea Launches VoLTE Service in 9 Circles
- Electronics Policy Eyes $1 Tn digital Economy
- 5G Launch: DoT to Hold Stakeholders’ Meet Tomorrow
- Telecom Players Seek Roll-out of Rules for ‘Ease of Doing Business’
- Sunil Mittal May Pump In $1 Billion In Son-In-Law’s Hotel Chain
- NCLAT to Hear RCom Plea Against Insolvency
- Govt may Tell Tata Tele to Settle Dues before Deal with Tata Communications
- Why TRAI Still Cannot Implement Tariff Order
- Airtel Vs Reliance Jio Vs Vodafone
- BSNL-MTNL Merger: These are the Impediments
- Watch And Learn Before Mordernising IT Prospect: Nasscom’s Chairman Premji
- DoT May Ask Idea To Liberalise Spectrum Held By Vodafone Worth Rs 45 Bn
- Why Things Could Look Up For Ericsson Going Forward
- DoT Extends Deadline For Comments On New Telecom Policy To June 1
- Telcos Should File All Tariffs Offered To Customers Online From 30 June: TRAI
- TRAI Tariff Order: Battle Between Broadcasters And The Cable Industry
- Telephone Subscriber Base in India Increased 2.24 Percent in March: TRAI
- Justice MM Sundresh upholds TRAI Tariff Order and Interconnection Regulations
- Telcos Add 70 m Subscribers in Jan-Mar
- Idea Launches Rs 499 Prepaid Recharge Plan to Counter Jio
- Vodafone’s ‘Ramzan se Eid Ul Zuha Tak’ Prepaid Recharge Packs Offer Unlimited Calls, Data, And More
- DoT Clears Idea’s Sale Of Cellular Towers to American Tower Company
- India Needs 100,000 Telecom Towers
- Mobile Companies Allege Duty Evasion In Imports From Asean
- DoT Clears Rs 40 Bn Idea-ATC Mobile Tower Deal, Paves Way For Voda Merger
- Rules On Telecom Data Privacy, Security & Ownership In Two Weeks: RS Sharma
- Telecom Plans for Meghalaya
- Project for Laying Undersea OFC Cable Between Chennai-ANI Awarded
- Mobile Operators Lost USD 23B in India
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The world was never so chaotic and disruptive; technology is evolving with blazing speed and lifecycle of the technology/products is shortening with every new technology. The regulatory enablement is also changing fast to enable operators and so is the IT/application ecosystem. Networking technologies too are under huge pressure as bandwidth demands are increasing logarithmically; however, per Mbps cost has gone down drastically.Keeping pace with the ever-disrupting technology space (telecom, IT, and applications) is a daunting exercise in today’s fast evolving world where change is constant. Communications Today is a flag bearer of news and views of the telecom industry and hence a great source of information and researched topics about the industry’s ecosystem especially. The website www.communicationstoday.co.in is extremely useful for industry professionals. Personally, for me it is an encyclopedia of the whole telecom ecosystem and helps in the decision-making process while devising future/operational strategies.I congratulate the entire team of Communications Today for their outstanding contribution to the telecom industry, which is one of the key pillars of the ambitious Digital India program. Wishing them all the best to continue their excellent work to keep the industry abreast, in the times to come.
We are on the cusp of the fourth industrial revolution that will alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. IT and telecom technology are going to be the drivers of the fourth industrial revolution. Both technologies are going to contribute immensely for the inclusive economic growth of society. Communications Today keeps the readers updated about latest happenings in the telecom sector and provides deep analytical insights into the regulatory environment and technology trends in the telecom sector in India.