Ericsson Introduces Customized Network Solutions For Indian Market

Ericsson has announced the launch of new dual band radio products customised for the Indian market. The latest innovations from Ericsson include Wideband Radio 2242 – a single radio addressing two spectrum bands (1800 MHz and 2100 MHz) and three standards and Dual Band Radio Dot –provides significant boost to indoor mobile broadband connectivity. It combines two frequency bands (1800…

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Qualcomm Expands 802.11ac MU-MIMO Product Portfolio for Wi-Fi Access Points and Routers

Qualcomm Technologies Inc. announced today that it is bringing the benefits of its 802.11ad Wi-Fi technology to a variety of enterprise and outdoor environments. Qualcomm Technologies’ 802.11ad solutions provide multi-gigabit wireless connectivity for laptops, wireless docks, smartphones and home networking products. Qualcomm Technologies has now expanded its 802.11ad portfolio to address the requirements of enterprises and carriers looking to improve…

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TRAI To Launch Mycall Crowd-Sourced Call Quality Rating App

With service quality becoming a major issue for telecom subscribers across the country, TRAI is prepping to launch the MyCall quality-rating app. Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) ​Chairman, RS Sharma, revealed that the telecom regulator would soon launch the MyCall app to measure call quality after each call. The regulator believes that this move could help reduce call drop…

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Idea Cellular Becomes India’s Third Operator To Provide Pan India 4G Services

Idea Cellular became the India’s third telecom operator to offer pan-India 4G services after Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel. Reliance Jio was the first network to offer 4G services in all the telecom circles of India, while Airtel recently joined the list and with the roll out of 4G services in Mumbai, Idea became the third operator to provide 4G…

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Data Is A Big Challenge For Telecom Operators Of India Industry Heading Towards New Opportunity

In one telling of the history of India’s telecom revolution, former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and Sam Pitroda laid its foundations back in the 1980s. True or not—it has been argued that the revolution’s true progenitor was the Atal Bihari Vajpayee administration with its 1999 National Telecom Policy—Gandhi’s tragic assassination meant that he would never see its fruition. In October…

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Bringing Digital India To Life Opens Up New Opportunities For Brands

Digitisation is creating tremendous opportunities for economies across the globe, and India is an example of a country that not only understands this opportunity, but has embraced it. What India has been able to achieve in terms of economic transformation over the past two decades is commendable. Through sweeping economic reforms, initiatives to open up Indian markets to global business…

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Qualcomm Expands 802.11ac MU-MIMO

Qualcomm Technologies Inc. Announced that it is bringing the benefits of its 802.11ad Wi-Fi technology to a variety of enterprise and outdoor environments. Qualcomm Technologies’ 802.11ad solutions provide multi-gigabit wireless connectivity for laptops, wireless docks, smartphones and home networking products.  Qualcomm Technologies has now expanded its 802.11ad portfolio to address the requirements of enterprises and carriers looking to improve network…

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SK Telecom Launches LTE-A Pro

South Korean operator SK Telecom has commercialized five-band carrier aggregation (CA) and 4X4 MIMO LTE-A Pro technologies, supporting up to 700Mbps data rates. According to SK, the five-band CA LTE-A Pro service covers 53 cities in Korea to start, including Seoul, Busan and Daegu. SK Telecom uses 10MHz bandwidth in the 800MHz band, 20MHz in the 1.8GHz band, 10MHz in…

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