5G To Boost The Telecom Sector In India Telcos Are Gearing Up To Welcome The Fifth Generation Technology

Telecom Sector

The 5G technology has been conceived as a foundation for expanding the potential of the Networked Society. A digital transformation brought about through the power of connectivity is taking place in almost every industry. The landscape is expanding to include massive scale of “smart things” to be interconnected. Therefore, the manner in which future networks will cope with massively varied demands…

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India In 5G Race The Country Is Gearing Up To Embrace The Fifth Generation Technology

India In 5G Race

Since the last few years there has been a phenomenal growth in the wireless industry, Widespread wireless technologies, increasing variety of user-friendly and multimedia-enabled terminals and wider availability of open source tools for content generation has lead encouraged user-centric networks resulting in a need for efficient network design. There has been a shift from fixed to mobile cellular telephony, resulting…

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BSNL Ties Up with Cable TV Operators To Provide Broadband Connection

The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited Karimnagar district unit had tied up with the local cable operator to provide cable television network, landline phone, broadband and voice calls to its customers under the Fibre to the home (FTTH) programme. Formally launching the FTTH services provided by Guru Cable operators in the town on Monday, the BSNL Karimnagar General Manager said that…

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Apple Planning To Put Broadband-Beaming Satellites Into Orbit

Apple has a new high-flying project in the works. According to Reports , Apple is getting involved in launching satellites that would beam down broadband Internet access. Recently, Apple poached two Google satellite executives to form a new hardware team within the company. John Fenwick led Google’s spacecraft operations and Michael Trela was head of satellite engineering. The report adds that…

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Make Labelling Mandatory For Broadband Services: CAG

Consumer organisations countrywide, including the Chennai-based Consumer Action Group (CAG), is pushing for mandatory labelling in broadband services. Led by Jaipur-based CUTS International, which came up with this idea, they want internet service providers (ISPs) to display labels stating average download speed at peak and non-peak hours, data usage available, costs involved, and other details. S Saroja, Director, Consumer Advisory…

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Telecom Giants Seek Leadership In 5G

New generation of internet will allow consumers to download 8-gigabit movie in seconds With the world’s largest number of 4G users, China’s internet operators and telecom equipment makers are scrambling to gain an edge in the global race to develop 5G, or the fifth generation mobile communication technology. This new generation of the internet will allow consumers to download an…

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Balaji Telefilms Steps Into the OTT World

ALT Digital, the over-the-top (OTT) streaming service from Balaji Telefilms will be launched early next year in 2017. With more than 200 hours of content including curated content, the company’s collection of content will as well consist of a web series directed by Nagesh Kukunoor, featuring Nimrat Kaur. The service will offer its content in both English and Hindi with…

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‘MaharashtraNet’ to Connect All Schools,Colleges & Villages in Maharashtra

A MaharashtraNet broadband network, inspired by the Centre’s ‘BharatNet’, will be set up in Maharashtra to ensure online healthcare and education facilities to people in the remotest villages, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said here on Saturday. Through MaharashtraNet, the government plans to usher in a digital revolution in the state and further reduce the urban-rural divide, he said. “In Nagpur district, 750 village panchayats have already gone…

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