• SingTel
    Optus Buys Ensyst to Boost ICT Capabilities

    SingTel-owned Optus said in a statement that it has acquired IT professional and managed services company Ensyst, as part of the telco’s plan to bolster its ICT capabilities and Microsoft offerings to its business customers. The acquisition, reportedly worth A$13 million ($10.6 million), also include Ensyst’s offices in Sydney and Melbourne and its 80 employees….

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    Telstra Secures $318m NBN Contract

    Telstra has won a contract worth A$390 million ($318 million) to assist NBN Co with the rollout of the national broadband network in Australia, said Telstra in a statement. Under the contract, Telstra will prepare network plans and designs to support NBN Co’s multi-technology rollout which includes fiber to the node, fiber to the basement,…

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  • DoT Plans to Notify New Penalty Norms Within a Month

    The Department of Telecom is expected to notify new penalty norms within a month that may end the practice of levying maximum penalty of Rs 50 crore for even minor mistakes. “We are trying to get it notified soon…may be within a month,” a senior DoT official told PTI when asked about the status of…

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  • 4G
    COAI Seeks 5 Year Extension in 4G Network Roll Out Deadline

    Telecom industry body COAI has requested the Department of Telecom to extend deadline for roll out of 4G services to 2020 citing various hurdles mainly delay in development of technology and regulatory procedures. “DoT is requested to review and relax the roll out obligations and extend the timelines for meeting the roll out by additional…

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  • Airtel rises up to 4G challenge
    Huawei Bags 4G Network Deal From Bharti Airtel

    Chinese telecom gear maker Huawei Technologies has secured a three-year contract from India’s No 1 telecom carrier Bharti Airtel for supply of base stations and other equipment for its 4G network in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu telecom circles. “We just got the deal from Bharti Airtel’s high-speed data services on the 1800 MHz band using…

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  • BlackBerry Narrows Fiscal Q3 Loss But Revenue Plunges

    Canadian smartphone maker posts $6 million non-GAAP profit, sells 1.9 million devices. BlackBerry on Friday posted a significant improvement in earnings for the three months to 30 November, but revenue fell sharply. The Canadian smartphone maker reported non-GAAP earnings of US$6 million, or $0.01 per share, compared to a loss of $0.02 per share in…

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