MUMBAI: Reliance Jio Infocomm is in talks to lease more signal emitting sites, or base stations (BTS), from tower companies such as Indus Towers and American Tower Corp. to plug gaps in its urban networks, which have emerged as key to year-end launch plans.
NEW DELHI: Huawei said that it is all set to take off a several Smart City projects in India, targeting areas like Public safety, even as the Chinese telecom gear maker reckons that larger Smart Cities deployments would not happen too quickly.
NEW DELHI: Chinese firm ZTE is eyeing a 20% revenue growth this year on support of mobile phone operators’ network modernization activities and government’s Smart City projects.
Germany: CeBIT 2016, Huawei hosted its Global Safe City Summit 2016 under the theme of “Leading New ICT, Making Cities Safer” on March 15, 2016. The Summit brought together customers from Europe, Southeast Asia, and Africa, as well as industry analysts and partners, such as Hexagon, to exchange views on public safety and leveraging innovative ICT to make cities safer and smarter. At the summit, Huawei also signed Smart City project agreement with Malta and Autonomous Region of Sardinia, Italy.
BENGALURU: Software major Wipro today said that it has won an IT infrastructure transformation contract from the Sweden headquartered ASSA ABLOY Group, that offers door opening solutions.
MUMBAI: The Modi government’s vision of creating 100 smart cities will require an investment of over USD 150 billion over the next few years with private sector being a significant contributor, says a report.
New Delhi: RailTel Corporation of India, a PSU under the Ministry of Railways, said that it has partnered with Google to set up a high speed Wi-Fi network at 400 stations across the country.
NEW DELHI: Opening up the telecom sector to Chinese investment, the home ministry has given security clearance to a long-pending proposal of Chinese firm Huawei Telecommunications to set up an electronics/telecom hardware manufacturing unit in Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu.
NEW DELHI: Billionaire Anil Ambani’s Reliance Group has committed to invest about Rs 10,000 crore over the next few years to expand its presence across digital, cloud computing and telecom space.
NEW DELHI: Reliance Industries will invest Rs. 2,50,000 crore for Digital India initiatives, said Chairman and Managing Director Mukesh Ambani at the launch of Digital India Week on Wednesday.