Indian telecom giant, Bharti Airtel, is all set to take its data center business, Nxtra to Africa with plans to build five big data centers in the continent.
BSNL has given a purchase order to a TCS-led consortium and plans to make a service available by the end of June.
Airtel and Jio are fighting for Vodafone Idea's high-spending customers as they deploy 5G services at blistering speed.
After Cisco and RingCentral, Zoom now acquires Unified License to grow its market share by offering new products in India.
Funds bring total raised to $350 million in less than a year and could support expansion in Europe, where Huawei is under further pressure.
Over the last few years, India's telcos have announced several sustainability initiatives.
Following delays, ViaSat-3 launched to provide coverage to the Americas. Two more ViaSat-3 satellites will enable Viasat to offer 'near global' coverage.
Airtel's decision not to focus on home broadband is causing pangs of regret for Chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal as rival Reliance Jio gains ground.
India's new space policy allows domestic and global satellite service providers to use LEO and MEOs to offer broadband services.
India is trying to rework the policies around submarine cable networks to boost the country’s digital economy.
Vodafone's deal with ZTE is controversial because Chinese vendors have yet to receive 'trusted source' certification from the government.
Indian telcos up the ante for 6GHz spectrum to economically provide better 5G network while ensuring that it is not allocated to any other government department.
Tejas Networks will supply, install and commission 13,000 TJ1400 series routers to upgrade BSNL's IP-MPLS based Access and Aggregation Network.
Airtel's data center arm, Nxtra, will come up with seven new data centers to double capacity as competition heats up and the stage is set for consolidation.
The rivalry between Airtel and Jio is set to intensify as India's top two telcos slug it out in the 5G market.
Optical equipment maker Ciena's order backlog is nearly four times what it was pre-pandemic, and that is neither sustainable nor desirable, says its CEO.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telefónica goes network slicing with Ericsson; Swisscom earnings down 1.6%; Nokia to build OLTs in India.
The Finnish equipment maker reports sales growth and profitability at all its major business units and now aims to build on a 5G turnaround.
The growing 5G ecosystem and the launch of satellite services is likely to dominate 2023 in India even as Vodafone Idea struggles to survive.
A years-long effort to stymie China's Huawei has begun to show signs of paying off, with the company facing closed markets, equipment replacement programs and prohibitions on its suppliers.