27/12/2011 - 01:08

Role of telecommunication in fostering relationship
Moment Nigerian Newspapers
It is therefore, a fact that telecommunication has played a key role in fostering these relationships, whether socially, economically or even spiritually. Nigeria joined the league of other nations across the world in 2001 with the advent of GSM, ...

26/12/2011 - 21:14

Bloomberg

Bharti Gains in Mumbai After Indian Tribunal Agrees to Hear 3G Disputes
Bloomberg
Bharti Airtel Ltd. (BHARTI) led shares of Indian telecommunications companies higher in Mumbai trading after a dispute tribunal put on hold a government order telling wireless providers to end some roaming agreements. Bharti, India's biggest wireless ...
Bharti Gains After Indian Tribunal Agrees to Hear 3G DisputesBusinessWeek
Bharti rises as TDSAT agrees to hear 3G disputes: reportsIndia Infoline.com

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26/12/2011 - 20:00

Ericsson Goes From Oil to Mobile
The Moscow Times
By Howard Amos The head of telecommunications giant Ericsson's Russia operation, Maria Radtke, was fluent in English, Swedish, French, German and Spanish when she arrived in Moscow in 2010. But she could not speak Russian. On the back of a smattering ...

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26/12/2011 - 19:21

Sending a strong signal
Khaleej Times
During the year, subscribers continued to benefit from the tariff model of Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company, or du, by switching over to the network throughout the year, putting pressure on etisalat, which focused on technological ...

26/12/2011 - 17:57

Huawei to invest $150 m, seen gaining 3G, LTE share
Daily News & Analysis
By Neelasri Barman | Place: Beijing | Agency: DNA Huawei Technologies, the Chinese telecommunications equipment company, is planning to invest $100-150 million (`520-790 crore) in 2012 in India as it bets on growth in the Indian telecom sector. ...

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26/12/2011 - 11:22

Moneycontrol.com

Trai seeks view on spectrum allocation for short range communication
Economic Times
In the consultation paper, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has sought industry's view on whether Cordless Telecommunications System (CTS) technologies can co-exist with the existing cellular systems. Trai said unlike the landscape of ...
TRAI seeks views on spectrum for short-range communicationDeccan Herald
Telcos with up to 35% market share can mergeBusiness Standard
DoT to retain power to vet mobile sector M&AsFinancial Express

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26/12/2011 - 06:45

High stakes fueling patent wars
Boston.com
Meanwhile, British Telecommunications PLC of London filed a massive patent suit last week that, if successful, would strike a devastating blow against Google and Android. The suit, filed in US District Court in Delaware, alleged that a group of ...

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26/12/2011 - 02:34

VietNamNet Bridge

Gov't eyes telco mergers
VietNamNet Bridge
According to the Government, a draft plan to develop the national telecoms industry until 2020 aims to make the telecommunications sector more dynamic, in part by enforcing a clear regulatory framework. The draft also addresses the equitisation process ...

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26/12/2011 - 00:06

We are ready for 3G; will be offering a full range of services, says Lars ...
Business Recorder (blog)
BR Research: How robust is the mobile telecommunication industry in Pakistan seven years after deregulation? Pakistan's mobile telecommunications industry is frequently referred to as one of the outstanding success stories to emerge from this region. ...

25/12/2011 - 13:44

Corporate affairs ministry sent a vague reply on Essar: CBI
NDTV
"The public servants belonging to Ministry of Corporate Affairs and Department of Telecommunications even chose not to investigate the matter under the provisions of Companies Act and allowed the matter to rest," it alleged. ...

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