Though there have been nine new 5G SA networks launched since the last quarter, revenue for the Mobile Core Networks and Multi-access Edge Computing markets declined again in Q3, according to Dell’Oro. According to a new report from analyst firm Dell’Oro, the Mobile Core Networks (MCN) and Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) market revenue declined year-on-year
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Telecom regulator TRAI on Monday said that it is working on various technologies to detect pesky calls and messages along with a joint action plan with other regulators to curb financial frauds. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) said that Unsolicited Commercial Communication (UCC) or pesky communication is a major source of inconvenience to
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Netflix India is enjoying a packed December 2022, having announced five originals so far. (Actually, the streaming service has “announced” four so far — but we’ve discovered a fourth via international Netflix listings.) December kicks off with Qala, a pre-Independence psychological drama from Bulbbul director Anvitaa Dutt, and starring Triptii Dimri, Swastika Mukherjee, and Babil
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Nokia detailed its latest R&D push with the launch of a facility in Portugal which will explore technologies deemed vital to the progression of 5G and 6G networks. In a brief statement, the Finnish vendor cited the opening of its new R&D hub in Amadora as part of a strategic agreement with the Portuguese government
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India’s total mobile subscriber base fell by 3.6 million in September, with Vodafone Idea suffering a subscriber count decline even as larger rivals Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel added users month-on-month, according to telecom regulator’s data. India’s largest mobile operator Jio further cemented its position in the market, adding 7,20,000 wireless subscribers during September, while
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BT’s networks unit Openreach has warned suppliers that its cost-cutting efforts will impact its long-term spending plans. Despite the uncertainty this will inevitably create, the UK incumbent maintains that its FTTH deployment remains on track. The Financial Times reported (paywall) on Wednesday that it has seen a letter addressed to suppliers in which Openreach said
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Metaverse means different things for different people. If you explain Metaverse with an example, many people understand but they are generally looking at things from a different point of view. A bit like blind men and an elephant. Similarly when we talk about Metaverse-ready networks, it can mean different things to different people, depending on
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Bollywood legend and veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan filed a suit in Delhi High Court seeking protection of his personality rights, image, voice or any of his characteristics without his consent, following which the court passed an interim ex-parte injunction in his favour. Eminent lawyer Harish Salve along with Ameet Naik and Pravin Anand, instructed by Anand and Naik,
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Telecoms operators, and the industry as a whole, face tricky times next year as a result of economic difficulties and existing market pressures, Analysys Mason warned this week. That headline conclusion is hardly rocket science. The vast majority of people and businesses are having to face up to economic uncertainty, and the telecoms industry was
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Telecoms.com periodically invites expert third parties to share their views on the industry’s most pressing issues. In this piece telecoms consultant William Webb examines the collective challenge of ensuring we are always connected. Across the western world, failures in communications networks are infrequent, but they do come at the expense of personal safety, data security
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Deutsche Telekom said that telecom regulator Bundesnetzagentur provided support for these 6 GHz tests with a special license German carrier Deutsche Telekom said it tested frequencies in the 6 GHz band in the city of Bonn under real-world conditions. The telco noted that these are relatively high frequencies, compared to current bands, but added that
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The European Commission (EC) detailed progress in delivering 5G coverage for in-flight connectivity and road transport, plans it stated would bolster the opportunities to provide innovative services across both sectors. Rules covering the availability of previous generations of mobile technologies have been updated to cover 5G, enabling airlines to provide messaging, phone calls and data
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Mobile operators’ association COAI has urged the government for a cut in licence fee to 1 per cent, and sought waiver of customs duty on network equipment for 5G rollout. In its Budget wishlist submitted to the finance ministry, the Cellular Operators’ Association of India (COAI) has also pushed for abolition of the Universal Service
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