• China Mobile Sets Up OPNFV Test Lab

    China Mobile has stepped up its efforts in NFV with the launch of a lab in Beijing last week, as the mobile giant continues to embrace virtualization of its mobile network. The OPNFV (Open Platform for NFV) lab, touted as the first of its kind in Asia, is aimed at providing an open, standards-based and…

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    Telenor Says Applied For Payments Bank Permit With IDFC

    Norway’s Telenor has said that it, along with two partners including IDFC, have applied for a payments banking license in India. “The primary applicant is a strategic investor based in India, with Telenor and infrastructure financial institution IDFC as supporting applicants,” the telecom company said in a statement. Telenor however didn’t name its third partner….

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    Huawei Plans For ASEAN Expansion

    Kasikornbank and Huawei Southeast Asia have signed a financing agreement to help fund Huawei’s business expansion in the ASEAN region, particularly Thailand. Huawei’s Carrier Network, Enterprise, and Consumer Business groups recorded sustained growth in 2014. Revenue at Huawei’s Carrier Network business increased by approximately 15% over the previous year. The main drivers of the growth were a steady…

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  • Asia To Take The Lead In M2M

    With the Internet of Things (IoT) exploding for both enterprises and consumers, the machine-to-machine (M2M) market has seen strong growth in 2014. In Asia Pacific alone, about 27% of companies have adopted M2M solutions, according to Vodafone’s latest M2M Barometer report. Taking into account of the environmental forces, maturing solutions, decreasing costs and increased demand,…

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    Samsung Loses Pole Position In India Smartphone Market To Micromax: Canalys

    Budget smartphone maker Micromax leapfrogged South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co Ltd to become the leading supplier in India’s booming smartphone market for the first time in the fourth quarter, research firm Canalys said. In a report issued on Feb. 3, Canalys said Micromax, based near New Delhi, accounted for 22 percent of smartphone sales in…

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    DoT Planning To Set Up Two-tier System Of Imposing Penalties

    The telecom department (DoT) is planning to set up a two-tier system of imposing penalties and an appeal mechanism in a bid to rationalise the existing structure in which, more often than not, a blanket fine of Rs 50 crore is levied for every licence violation, however small. An internal DoT committee has proposed to…

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