• Airtel rises up to 4G challenge
    Airtel Deploys 4G Network at Seychelles in Partnership with Ericsson

    Telecom operator Airtel has deployed its first 4G network in Africa at Seychelles in partnership with Swedish firm Ericsson. The network, however, is yet to be commercially launched, according to a statement issued by Ericsson. The network is expected to cover 10,000 LTE (4G) subscribers in the first phase, it added. “As a leading telecom…

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    Samsung Stays India Smartphone Market Leader in Q3: IDC

    Korean giant Samsung continued to be the smartphone market leader in India with 24, followed by Micromax (20%) and Lava (8%), research firm IDC in a statement said. The research firm said that Samsung has witnessed shipment growth in Q3 2014 but it has been lower than than the industry average. “There is a contraction…

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    Airtel Prices 4G Packages Below 3G to Counter Reliance Jio

    Data tariffs for mobile phones are set for a major fall with Bharti Airtel offering high-speed 4G packs below the prices of 3G plans. The development comes ahead of the launch of 4G services by Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Jio and signals a high-pitched tariff war on the mobile data front, similar to what happened in…

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    CAT Aims for 1m Broadband Users by 2019

    Thailand’s CAT Telecom has set an ambitious target of growing its fixed broadband customer base more than sixfold to 1 million by 2019. The state-owned operator will ramp up its marketing efforts and spending on infrastructure to increase its broadband subscriber base from the current 160,000, theBangkok Post¬†reported. As part of its new fixed-line ambitions,…

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    Spectrum Shortage Threatens Broadband GDP Boost

    A rise in broadband connections across Asia Pacific will generate $1.2 trillion of GDP growth and create up to 35 million new jobs by 2020, according to a GSMA report. However, this opportunity can only be realized if governments act now to fully release existing harmonized mobile spectrum bands and¬†allocate more spectrum for mobileto meet…

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    Ericsson, IBM to Jointly Develop 5G Antennas

    Ericsson and IBM have entered a collaboration to research phased-array antenna technologies required for 5G networks. The companies will work to develop prototype systems capable of servicing more users and offering new services to customers at speeds an order of magnitude faster than existing networks. IBM and Ericsson will seek to develop directional antennas that…

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