Several companies had earlier written to the ministry of electronics and information technology (Meity) to help them secure visas for Chinese engineers as their expertise was necessary to set up new manufacturing units for ma
In response to the curfew in Delhi, industry body COAI has written to DoT that local police authorities are not allowing any movement of vehicles and personnel of telecom service providers, internet service providers, infrast
“BSNL can also, in parallel procure 50,000 4G RAN/associated core from trusted sources with experience of such supplies. This will facilitate the launch of 4G services by BSNL, on a reasonable scale, and a much faster time
Although telecom operators had submitted their applications in January last year, the trials have not been conducted so far. One of the reasons for the delay include concerns around participation of Chinese players Huawei and
According to sources, a loan of around Rs 1,800 crore helped BSNL clear dues of Rs 500 crore of Nokia and Rs 400 crore of ZTE. The company had defaulted on payments for the past few months, which had made the vendors jittery.
Currently, the success rate of sending commercial messages is over 85% under the new mechanism and Trai is likely to continue with the existing scheme of not blocking even the non-compliant communications for some time, as it
The information received in response to this EoI will be utilised to formulate a scheme for setting up display fabrication units (FABs) in the country. Companies have been given time till April 30 to apply.
During the last couple of years, Trai has repeatedly asked all stakeholders to follow the rules and various communications had been sent. On March 8, the telecom industry decide to start blocking all commercial messages, whic
“The downloads are still at a very healthy pace. The spike is not as big as it was some time back but it’s healthy growth. We have crossed about 4.5 million downloads and we want to get to 100 million by the end of the ye
The first option suggests a two-part tender in which the expressions of interest (EoIs) for Part A comprising 50,000 sites should be reserved for Indian vendors, who should build the core of the network under a system integra
Industry sources said formal applications from these manufacturers were likely once the department of telecommunications announces the final guidelines. Tejas Networks and HFCL are among the local players that have evinced in