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2005-11-29 Nokia wins $141M GSM network expansion with BSNL, India
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) awarded Nokia a comprehensive GSM/EDGE and GPRS network expansion project in North India, an extension of the contract companies singed in 2004.
2002-12-20 Motorola installs another GSM network BSNL
Motorola has received a cellular network expansion contract from Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.
2006-12-04 India's BSNL teams up with Intel on WiMAX
Indian state-owned service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd is teaming with Intel Corp. in a bid to deploy the country's first WiMAX-based wireless broadband and telecom service.
2002-10-29 Motorola deploys GSM networks across South India
Motorola Inc. has deployed its GSM communications network (BSNL) in South India.
2008-09-03 Intel helps boost India WiMAX services
Intel Corp. and India telecom carrier Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) have partnered to promote WiMAX-based broadband access in India.
2006-07-04 WiMAX subscribers to reach 13M in India by 2012
According to research firms Maravedis Research and Tonse Telecom, there will be 13 million WiMAX subscribers in India by 2012.
2004-06-07 New Indian IT plan drops telecom privatization proposal
A plan for IT and communications issued by India's new government would cancel the proposed sell-off of government equity in two Indian telecommunications carriers.
2009-04-02 Intel drives broadband initiative in India
Intel Corp. has launched the ePCO initiative in Chandigarh, India, that aims to drive self-employment, bridge the digital divide and increase IT adoption in semi-urban and rural areas.
2008-08-05 India plots 3G, WiMAX road map
Foreign companies will be allowed to bid for 3G and WiMAX licenses in India, according to the spectrum guidelines released Aug. 1.
2008-08-11 India green-lights 3G, WiMAX spectrum
After announcing its delayed 3G and WiMAX rollout plans, India's Ministry for Communications and Information Technology has finally approved the release of 3G and WiMAX spectrum to two state-owned telecommunications service providers.
2008-03-10 India gearing up to be top WiMAX market
In 2008, the Indian wireless network equipment market is estimated to reach as high as $120 million, a substantial jump over 2007 that could signify India's emergence as a top WiMAX market, said an analyst with market researcher Maravedis-Tonse Telecom.
2008-12-19 India awaits WiMAX-ready notebooks
Intel Corp. is working with Indian service providers and device manufacturers to help bring WiMAX-ready notebooks and netbooks to the India market segment mid-2009.
2010-05-25 India 3G auction closes at $15B
India's 3G auctions finally concluded May 19, attracting industry bids totaling $15 billion, almost 50 percent above the government's expectations.
2009-04-27 Hainan gets a taste of mobile TV
UTStarcom Inc. has been selected as the only technology supplier for the first mobile TV system across Hainan province, driven by China Telecom's Hainan branch. This is the first large-scale mobile TV system in China to adopt UTStarcom's end-to-end RollingStream platform.
2006-08-29 G&D to set up SIM card production in India
Giesecke & Devrient is readying a production facility in India to support the country's booming market with SIM cards for mobile communications and with payment cards.
2007-04-18 Ericsson, Nokia to supply equipment for India telco
Ericsson and Nokia will telecommunications equipment to India's state-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd after Motorola dropped its legal challenge to the award.
2009-09-18 China, India mobile markets prep for 3G launch
As many mature mobile markets start to discuss the next evolution of their broadband networks, China and India are just launching their first 3G networks.
2006-12-22 Aperto to set up WiMAX manufacturing facility in India
Aperto Networks is said to locate a manufacturing facility in India that would produce WiMAX modems and then, ultimately, base stations.
2012-01-11 Analyst: Global mobile subscribers topped 6.1B
MarketResearch.com revealed that mobile penetration levels worldwide reached 87 percent last year, with China Mobile leading the market.
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