Chinese firm Huawei has been allowed to carry out trials for 5G connectivity by Indian government, said DoT Secretary Aruna Sundarajan.
With the aim to attract mobile manufacture to Bihar, Bihar Skill Development Mission (BSDM) held a Mobile Manufacturers Conclave in New Delhi.
Indian telecom industry can mulitply its growth if it could set up robust telecom infra for reaping the benefits of next-gen technologies like 5G, IoT and M2M.
According to Peter Boyland, Analyst, OpenSignal, Indian telecom sector price war will ease in 2019 and operators are likely to bundle higher data and content for growth.
For next phase of growth, we plan to launch new range of products and services around Customer Journey Analytics, Digital Identity, and Anomaly Detection in 2019, says Subex CEO Vinod Kumar
Telecom Industry Trends 2019: Edge, content streaming, asset monetization and 5G to create new opportunity
According to Sriram T. V, director of consulting & business development at Juniper Networks, India and SAARC, Edge, content streaming, asset monetization, automation and 5G will create new opportunity for telecom service providers in India.
Telecos are increasingly leveraging data as a means to drive business value and enhance customer experience. Thus, traditional software applications are giving way to new analytics-driven models incorporating the latest trends such as Artificial Intelligence (AI).
TAIPA said that draft tower policy is in contradiction of the Right of Way rules, 2016 notified by the Indian Government.
The merged Vodafone-Idea won't have the sum of each operator's upload speed, but their leading speeds will reinforce one another. The benefits of combining spectrum could also lead to a boost in capacity which could improve speeds further for Vodafone Idea.
Nokia showcased its Network Exposure Function (NEF) for 5G Core at Nokia’s Research and Development center in Bengaluru on the center’s Innovation Day.