Bengaluru, Indian IT industry apex body Nasscom on Thursday opened a Centre of Excellence for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (AI) here. The centre was set up in collaboration with the Karnataka government with an aim to nurture innovation in emerging disruptive technologies such as AI and to leverage the power of data science, Nasscom…
ZTE Corp has appointed a new team of top executives including a CEO to comply with a deal it made with the United States to end a ban on U.S. firms supplying parts to China’s second-biggest telecommunications equipment maker. ZTE, in a statement to the stock exchange on Thursday, named a former head of its…
Reliance will launch a fixed line broadband service for home by August 15, announced RIL chairman Mukesh Ambani in Mumbai on Thursday.
After disrupting the Indian mobile telephony space, Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio aims to disrupt the broadband and D2H market with the unveiling of JioGigaFiber, its fibre broadband system.
Amazon said it will provide customers access to innovative products and gadgets developed by start-ups during its Prime Day, an annual shopping event exclusively for Prime members.
Tata Projects announced that it has bagged a ₹3,057 crore optical fibre cable network project in Chhattisgarh from Bharat Net.
MUMBAI: Reliance Jio plans to launch fixed-line broadband services in the country as the two-year-old telecom company steps up its push on digital services, boosting its revenues and subscriber base. The company is running beta trials of the service—to be called Jio Gigafiber—in “tens of thousands of homes” and will launch it on August 15.
NEW DELHI: Telecom giant, Reliance Jio Infocomm is now set to launch yet another lucrative feature of Wi-Fi calling for its users. The major facility is sure to give a tough time to its competitors like Vodafone and Bharti Airtel. The company gave the government a heads-up about the same and Mukesh Ambani-owned carrier’s customers…
New Delhi: Small traders on Thursday opposed any move by the government to allow e-commerce firms to hold inventory and allow them to make sales directly to consumers.
New Delhi: The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) has developed a mobile app ‘GST Verify’ to protect interest of consumers.