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Huawei 5G controversy: New Delhi’s volte-face sends wrong signal to Beijing, China likely to take move as sign of weakness
India’s reversal of decision on sending Huawei an invitation for 5G field trials sends all the wrong messages about its stance vis-a-vis China.
Jio informed the DoT that it won’t be held liable for Reliance Communications’ past dues related to airwaves, according to the report.
There is merit in looking at metrics other than substitutability alone to ensure clarity of regulatory scope and compliance.
"Govt is committed to unlocking the potential of satcom to provide affordable and accessible broadband everywhere," said Sundararajan.
At IMC 2018, Samsung showcased how its 5G solutions can enable a variety of 5G-powered business models
At IMC 2018, Samsung is showcasing how its 5G solutions could enable 5G-powered business models.
The app by DoT will allow users to board the public Wi-Fi through one-time authentication.
New users who had registered their numbers using Aadhaar will not face disconnection.
Huawei can start 5G trials by the end of this year and that they could run for three to four weeks.
Ericsson settlement deal row: Reliance Communications seeks 60 days more for payment citing pending spectrum sale
Reliance Communications said it has sought another 60 days for repayment of Rs 550 crore to unsecured creditor Ericsson
Supreme Court struck down Section 57 disallowing private entities from possessing Aadhaar numbers.
Spectrum auction for 5G likely to happen in later half of 2019: Telecom secretary Aruna Sundararajan
The 5G services would offer telecom companies better visibility into market dynamics and potential revenue streams of the next-generation mobile services, Sundararajan said.
Vodafone Idea Limited: Tongue firmly in cheek, telecom giants Reliance Jio and Airtel join celebration over merger
The merger of Vodafone India and Idea Cellular was completed on Friday after the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) gave its approval, creating India's largest telecom operator with over 400 million subscribers — the newly formed 'Vodafone Idea Limited'.
The clearance from the tribunal was the last leg of official approvals after the DoT cleared the merger.
5G will require funding by the Government and a 'high-level Budget Committee' should be formed.
The government is looking for other "technical solutions" to curb instances of fake news.
AJ Paulraj, Chairperson of the panel said, 5G would be critical for various segments in the society.
Experts say that it will take a lot of time for Indian carriers to launch in-flight connectivity.
The limit has started to appear this week for people who are on the current version of WhatsApp.
Idea paid 39.26 billion rupees ($569.4 million) and a bank guarantee of 33.22 billion rupees to the DoT