Daily Archives: July 3, 2018

Coolpad, China Mobile sign MOU at ‘5G Device Forerunner Initiative’ MWC

Global leader in smartphone manufacturing Coolpad has announced signing an MOU with China Mobile to be their leading 5G technology partner. The MOU was signed during the recently concluded World Mobile Conference Global Terminal Summit held in Shanghai on 28th June 2018. China Mobile is the world’s largest mobile telecommunications corporation publishes 5G terminal guidelines

US to block China Mobile’s entry into telecom biz over security concerns

The US government moved on Monday to block China Mobile from offering services to the US telecommunications market, recommending its application be rejected because the government-owned firm posed national security risks. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should deny China Mobile’s 2011 application to offer telecommunication services between the United States and other countries, the National

Ericsson unveils India’s first 5G innovation lab at IIT-Delhi

In a bid to stimulate the 5G ecosystem in India, Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson on Tuesday formally launched the country’s first “Centre of Excellence (CoE) and Innovation Lab” for 5G at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi. “India cannot afford to miss the 5G bus. It is of strategic importance to us,” Communications Minister

Idea-Voda deal clearance after DoT completes statutory process: Sinha

The government will clear the long pending Idea-Vodafone merger immediately after the Department of Telecom (DoT) completes all statutory formalities, Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha said today. “DoT has set rules for merger and acquisition. Idea Vodafone merger will be cleared without a single second delay once DoT completes all statutory formalities,” Sinha told reporters on

CISF takes over security of UIDAI headquarters

An armed squad of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel on Monday took over the security of the sensitive Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) headquarters in the national Capital to protect it against possible terror strikes and other sabotage threats.

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