Telcos' dues, penalties to weigh heavily on vendors, tower cos
Bharti Infratel, Indus Towers and American Tower Corp (ATC) are bracing for a possible hit on their tower tenancies, because of the financial strain on customers Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea from the thousands of crores they need to pay the government.
Airtel, Jio, Voda Idea submit applications for 5G trials; Huawei partners with 2 telcos
Last month, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad had ...
Gold Rate Today: Bullion edges higher as traders remain sceptical of US-China relations
Gold can dip lower towards Rs 39,600 while facing res...
Canadian court denies media request to broadcast Huawei CFO hearing
The consortium, consisting of 13 media organizations, says the "double criminality" portion of the proceedings will involve only a question of law, and that question will not directly engage Meng's fair trial rights since it does not pertain to her guilt or innocence.
Phase-1 trade deal with US 'addressed' mutual concerns, 'good' for both sides: China
On Wednesday, China and the US signed the deal in Washington, raising hopes of improvement of trade ties between the two countries hit by the tit-for-tat tariff hikes of nearly half-a-trillion dollars worth of products. The deal was signed by Trump and Chinese Vice Premier and top trade negotiator Liu He at a special ceremony at the White House.
Gold gains as investors doubt impact of US-China Phase 1 deal
Spot gold rose 0.4 per cent to $1,552.37 per ounce
Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou can be extradited to US, says Canada's attorney general
However Meng's lawyers maintain that she cannot be turned over to the United States, because in order for that to happen, her offense would have to meet a "double criminality" standard -- meaning it is a crime in both countries.
China hails India's decision on Huawei
China on Tuesday welcomed India's decision to allow telecom major Huawei for 5G trials and hoped that "Chinese companies continue to enjoy open, transparent business environment and level playing field in India for winwin cooperation."
China hails India’s decision on Huawei
The decision will enable India to test the promise made by China that it will not open back doors.
India allows Huawei to participate in 5G trials
The US has been pressuring its allies and friendly countries, including India, to bar Huawei from 5G deployments, flagging security concerns and citing the company’s alleged proximity to the Chinese government. China has on its part warned India of economic consequences if Huawei was excluded from 5G development and deployments.
Huawei India CEO thanks government for its faith in the Chinese firm
Telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said govt had decided to give 5G spectrum for trials to all players.
Chinese internet firms falling behind on renewable energy goals - Greenpeace
While some of China's tech firms are procuring clean energy through rooftop solar installations or via a pilot green power certificate scheme, most have failed to match the commitments made by overseas rivals.
Huawei, Oppo woo developers for localised mobile services
Experts say the move is part of Huawei's effort to build an alternative to Google's service suite, called Google Media Services (GMS), since there is uncertainty on the use of GMS on Huawei and Honor mobile phones following restrictions announced by the US government earlier this year.
Don't allow Chinese firm Huawei in 5G trials: SJM requests PM
In a letter to PM, the outfit claimed that there are ample evidence that lead to suspicion of Chinese companies indulging in exfiltrating sensitive information from devices. The govt has indicated that it will not bar any equipment suppliers in the upcoming trials for 5G with Telecom Minister saying airwaves will be allocated to all telecom service providers.
With many nations already on 5G, industry divided over trials
Vendors argue it’s too late for trials, telcos say India specific use cases are necessary. 5G tials in India were first scheduled for January 2019 but were delayed on modalities such as pricing and tenure. While the US, South Korea and China, among other major countries, are ahead on testing, India has its own set of challenges to address.
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