- Tangerine Digital Caters to Growing IPL Video on Demand Appetite
- Samsung Sells 10 Million Galaxy S4 Smartphones In First Month
05/21/2013 - The company is betting on opex model which helps customers use the video conferencing equipment from telcos
05/14/2013 - The enterprise solution provider is set to augment its manpower strength this year to boost sales
05/09/2013 - Tulip announces a formal approval from Empowered Group of the Corporate Debt Restructuring (CDR) Cell, to restructure its debt.
05/08/2013 - In today's news: Telenor and Tata Group mull a strategic alliance; Idea's bid to reduce cost and Telcos' revenue plunge in December quarter.
05/06/2013 - DNS-based security solution provider has added channel partners and strengthened its IT team to increase sales this year
04/29/2013 - In today's news: Airtel to buy optical network gear from Ciena; RCom on nationwide roaming and DoT's demand for the 1,880-1,900 MHz band
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04/26/2013 - Google says that video has a great potential to drive mobile broadband as Indian users watch nearly 30 percent of their videos on mobile.
04/25/2013 - Speaking at 4G World India, Chief of Network Services – India and South Asia, Bharti Airtel, said that the demand for data is growing rapidly in India
04/23/2013 - In today's top news: U.S trade bodies seek clarity on PMA given to domestic gearmakers; Reliance Globalcom's first customer on Hawk submarine cable system and more
04/22/2013 - Eric Yu has been awarded a new responsibility since the company wanted to restructure its India enterprise business plans
Most Recent Post: ^ip4g&^, That is pretty early considering that it was in early stage of setup and rampup !
04/03/2013 - In today's roundup: The US govt. wants India to review equipment testing policy; Redington slapped with tax demand notice; Bharti Airtel's deal with Nokia and more
03/21/2013 - In today's roundup: SingTel expresses support for Bharti Airtel over 2G curruption case and Nokia Siemens Networks' sales decline in 2012
03/18/2013 - In today's roundup: DoT slaps one time excess spectrum fee on CDMA telcos; Airtel may go with Huawei for 4G roll-outs in Delhi, Mumbai and more
02/28/2013 - The Indian semiconductor industry gets a boost with zero custom duties on imports, while mobile phones to cost more with 6 percent import duty
Competition: I am not sure how many of the vendors were present at the IMS World Forum 2013 in Barcelona with their IMS platform and who were the competitors against which this award was won. Can someone also enlightens on the same? If someone can add the information in the article, then it will be easy for us to understand the real winner. Rgds/Parveenon
ASUS Inaugurates Store In Bengaluru: I find "LIGHT READING INDIA' very fascinating and informative. May I have contact information about ASUS stores in National Capital Region as I propose to buy a reasonably priced and Internet enabled features.on
Good fine..: Interesting to see someone capturing other aspects of IPL apart from the glamour. Looked up the company for more details. They seem to be big in B2B space - www.tangerinedigital.com/clientson
The two ailing corporations need working together to get out of the mess!: There is a serious temptation to appoint another "committee" by the Govt for suggesting the modality.Since the early 80s the resructuring had happened many times without any result.These corps have acquired "too big to fail" status and draining Common man/ taxpayers money.High time they stopped it and evolve mutually beneficial plan. Vishnu Goel T&M +919810101238on
Growth of a T&M vendor is always driven by innovation and operating excellence!: Newer technology deployment, newer platforms for manufacturing test and newer portables for routine field service is key to the constant revenue streams of a T&M vendor.As the pipeline of product/marketing innovations shrinks,the revenues suffer.So,one has to focus on both market share as well as customer share.Vishnu GoelT&M +919810101238on
you can't take a horse to water & make it drink: BSNL is perceived to be a cheap service. It is sad that it is good in parts but very bad in most parts by way of poor customer service & quality. Basically tariffs are all the same, and a customer with choice would prefer someone with better products and quality of service.While BSNL used to be better by way of broadband, even this is being negated by new providers with better bandwidth, lower prices and far better service. Recently I signed up for Broadband service with BSNL Chennai, and had to give up in just six weeks because of poor quality of service and non-existent customer service. As long as the MTNL and BSNL people (top to bottom) think of themselves as Government Servants, superior to the customers, they are doomed. They have been propped up by Govt. largesse, and the compulsion of public sector/Government patronage. Remove this, and they cannot exist. The present setup cannot effectively compete in a free environment. It is time that the Wise Men of Government realised this.on
Fortunes change with attitudes: Subscribers pay for services. When that is non-existent, then cheap prices don't matter. I am an early adopter of BSNL's FTTH services, but that is down most of the time! It's time BSNL realised that Internet access is not a "good to have add-on" but an "essential service" and change their attitude to serving its customer's better. It's fortunes are in its own hands - it almost seems to an employment agency for the incompetent.on
Long way to go: Though Nokia has launched affordable Lumia handsets it still lags the competitive landscape. Lowest price Lumia sells at more than twice the price of lowest priced Android. Sure there are hardware differences between the devices but they are not significant enough for a price concious customer to shell out the extra buck. Good thing for Nokia is that it has hit the bottom. However, journey up is going to be more intense.on
Much needed: Indian telcos are operating at lowest tariff levels across the world. Tariff hike is necessary to maintain profitability and increase investments in the network. In the light of disappointing results from Airtel, I will not be surprised to see remaining incumbents joining the suite.on
02/13/2013 - Oracle is a key provider of service delivery management and network platforms to telcos and the traditional telco-gear vendors
10/10/2012 - Customer experience management (CEM) is gaining ground in communications service provider (CSP) organizations, and their budget dollars will follow
03/28/2013 - Here is a quick look at leadership changes at the top telecom companies during the last six months
12/12/2012 - Merging network monitoring and customer experience management, Airtel switches on a 3,600-square-feet video-wall that monitors and analyzes Airtel's network operations and presents them in a unified video view
23 May 2013 - The company has taken smart steps to test its capability in a market where the risk is minimal and manpower cost is low
22 May 2013 - Here is an account of an interesting experience at a Vodafone store earlier this week
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