3G in India: Opportunities and Challenges

Last Saturday (April 25, 2010) MobileMonday had organized an interesting panel discussion – “3G – Are we ready?”. The panelists were,

  • N.Chandrasekhar, GM (Sales & Marketing), BSNL Karnataka
  • Manjula Sridhar, Head, Market Analysis Group in Huawei Technologies
  • Sunil Rao, Head of Forum Nokia India
  • Sunil M, Mango Technologies
  • S.R. Raja (Moderator), GM (Strategy), Sasken

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Majority will access the web from mobile by 2013

Gartner spells out various ways in its “Top Predictions for IT Organizations and Users, 2010 and Beyond.” Read more on Majority will access the web from mobile by 2013…

Where does the Govt get 3G or spectrum in general?

What is 3G?”  and “What does allocation of spectrum for telcos really mean?” are visited very often on my blog. I wrote them because I did not understand them well enough (may be even now!).  Early in Jan, I received a feedback from a reader (Shuvam Sinha), Read more on Where does the Govt get 3G or spectrum in general?…

3 Cheers! 3G is almost here!

After the Left has left the government (a big thank you!) a lot of ‘right’ things seem to be happening! India moves forward on the N-deal and finally government announces the much awaited 3G policy. Few highlights, Read more on 3 Cheers! 3G is almost here!…

What is 3G? Does India need it?

Current WAP speed in India is nothing great but it has improved. I understand from my friends who are experts in telecom that you cannot improve the speed performance of WAP any further on a GSM network (which is 2G). I am told only 3G can improve things. So what is 3G?

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