The Internet of Things (IoT) seems to be the flavor of the month as far as Indian service providers' enterprise offerings are concerned.
In a first-of-its-kind deal in India, Reliance Jio will buy 800MHz spectrum from arch-rival Bharti Airtel.
Bharti Enterprises and Dixon Technologies have agreed to form a joint venture to produce telecom and networking products.
The Department of Telecommunications may add more bands to the planned auction, according to media reports, following telcos' demands for more 5G spectrum.
The National Cyber Security Coordinator, a government body trusted to curate procurement sources for Indian telcos, recently conveyed its shortlisting criteria.
India's Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has said in an affidavit that WhatsApp's new policy violates the Information Technology Rules, 2011.
In a move that could impact Chinese telecom equipment vendors, the Indian government is forcing ISPs to purchase approved equipment due to security concerns.
India's Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is likely to turn profitable by the 2023-24 financial year, according to a recent parliamentary panel report.
Bharti Airtel, has awarded an INR3 billion ($41.12 million) national long distance (NLD) network expansion contract to Huawei, according to media reports.
Reliance Strategic Business Ventures has doubled its holding in SkyTran, the US-based futuristic transport company, for $26.76 million.
India's mega spectrum auction ended in two days, raising INR778 billion (US$10.6 billion). As anticipated, service providers went for spectrum up for renewal.
In a bid for rivals' 2G subscribers, India's pure-play 4G telco Reliance Jio has come up with two bundled offers for its 4G low-price handset, JioPhone.
Spectrum woes, high taxes and more combine to make life difficult.
Indian government issues new regulations for digital media, including Internet firms, OTT platforms and online news.
Bharti Airtel has partnered with global chip-maker Qualcomm to roll out virtualized and open RAN-based 5G networks, after Airtel's successful live 5G test.
The mega spectrum auction takes place in March, with top three telcos Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea bidding on a total of 2310MHz spectrum.
Telecom operators are outraged that Internet companies are not subject to the same tough obligations.
The recently declared quarterly results of the top three Indian service providers indicate that the industry seems to be on the road to recovery.
India's third-largest service provider plans to shut down its 3G network later this year in a bid to enhance revenue, while keeping the 2G network running.
US-based Mavenir Technologies is a favorite to supply open RAN technology for BSNL's 4G tender, despite controversy over the vendor's Indian credentials.