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Jan 31, 2007 10:14 amWhere is telecom(mobile) market moving towards?#

Ruchit Garg
Looking for strong forecast (2 year down the line) about Telecom market (specifically to Indian/asian market):

1- In terms of Technology,
2- Bandwidth (pipe capacity)
3- Type of application floating

Any pointers will help

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Feb 01, 2007 11:54 pmre: Where is telecom(mobile) market moving towards?#

John T
Go look at what TaTa and Reliance is doing....http://www.tataindicom.com/
http://www.reliancecommunications.co.in/webapp/Communications/home.jsp

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Apr 01, 2007 1:03 pmre: Where is telecom(mobile) market moving towards?#

Romuald Navin
Hola Ruchit,

Some feedback:
1- In terms of Technology,
Look out for WiMax and AJAX.. its pretty small at the moment but will be the catalyst for things to come in 2 years. For a market like India, it makes alot of sense. This would also mean, convergence with existing IP networks.

2- Bandwidth (pipe capacity)
This will really depend on the technology adopted. 3G bandwidth for mobiles are considered too "low" for some applications the mobile industry is looking towards (UGC being a key element).

3- Type of application floating
Pay attention to UGC and mobile office. These is already forming the basis of many many new developments in the mobile content industry in Europe and I expect it to have a better impact in Asia in the near future.

Some feedback based on moi little experience in the industry.. :)

Cheers!
Nav

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Apr 01, 2007 4:03 pmre: Where is telecom(mobile) market moving towards?#

Shiloh Rao
Hi!
I wish to add few points, being in BSNL for more than 5 years , I can see the subscribers mind set is changing, last year we have launched the broadband services in India the response was great, in Chennai now we are providing in waiting list and many places the same condition. In addition BSNL also going for the big launch of IPTV and Gaming services. Customers are shifting from traditional voice services to data networks. I hope this helps.

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Apr 02, 2007 3:43 pmre: re: Where is telecom(mobile) market moving towards?#

Ira Stoller
What's BSNL? I couldn't find it in Narry Newton's Telecom dictionary. Too many acronyms to keep track of.

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Apr 02, 2007 6:43 pmre: re: re: Where is telecom(mobile) market moving towards?#

Shiloh Rao
Hi!

BSNL is indian government owned telecom company, india's largest and world's 7th largest telecom gaint. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited(BSNL).

regards

Shiloh Rao

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Apr 04, 2007 8:49 amre: re: re: Where is telecom(mobile) market moving towards?#

Shilkumar Patil
BSNL is a government owned telecom organisation which has its business verticles in:
1.Fixed services
2.Cellular services
3.NLD(national long distance)
4.ILD(international long distance)
5.Broadband
BSNL is second largest in terms of subscriber base after Bharti Airtel and in the near future it will be big player in terms of infrastructure and resources.

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