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Tata Tele Business Services enables business growth for SMBs



NEW DELHI: Tata Tele Business Services (TTBS) has hosted the CXO Talk, Kolkata- Rising to the Challenge”. The virtual roundtable highlighted some of the key insights on revival methodologies undertaken to counter COVID-19 pandemic effect on businesses across the industries.

Leaders coming from multiple segments shared their experiences on how digital tools acted as a bridge for their business requirements during WFH sessions. TTBS led the discussion on how SMBs in the country have successfully tackled this pandemic and the vital role of business connectivity assets in the same.

Speaking at the CXO Talk Roundtable, Aditya Kinra, Vice President, Tata Teleservices said “Digital transformation adopted by the companies is not an option anymore but a necessity for them to sustain and remain competitive. Digital agility is important for business to effectively communicate and collaborate with their employees and customers. At TTBS, we are providing our robust connectivity and collaboration solutions with secured access to enterprises to ensure their business continuity. We shall continue to focus on bringing to market, innovative solutions that would help our customers address this new normal.”

Industry representatives such as Alok Patnia, Managing Partner at Taxmantra, Arpita Banik, Director, Ajanta Shoes India Pvt Ltd., Ravi Kant Sharma, CEO at, Rahul Mohata, COO at Ideal Insurance Brokers Pvt Ltd, Lalit Masta, CEO at ABP eVentures Pvt Ltd,Anmol Garg, Founder at Sales5X addressed the forum. The roundtable showcases some prominent case scenarios explaining how technology has helped organizations with seamless connectivity, secured data transformation and effective digitization in order to regain the business momentum.

Patnia, Managing Partner at Taxmantra Global ,ProfitBoard Ventures said “Cybersecurity is a major challenge in India due to lack of awareness. Business connectivity tools are not new to the industry but its usage has been amplified by multiple times in this pandemic, hence employees need to have at least a basic level of cybersecurity training and knowledge to counter any form of phishing, or spamming attacks”

Banik, Director, Ajanta Shoes India Pvt Ltd. said “We have witnessed a growth in the online demand for our products whereas there is a bunch of our previous set of customers who wanted to shift their experience at doorsteps. We have ensured the safety measures in terms of payment collection and product hygiene”

Sharma, CEO at said “e-commerce industry is one key segment where the demand has exponentially grown especially in FMCG category. What’s more important is the safe and real-time delivery tracking for the customers. Advanced digitization in the online payments, invoice generation and customer servicing has helped us to match the demand and keep the business momentum stable”

Mohata, COO at Ideal Insurance Brokers Pvt Ltd said “The healthcare sector is more conscious than ever before, there is a high surge in medical insurance buying and data processing. We are not only using advanced technology tools for business collaboration but also managing our customer data as well. Garnering advantage from the data would be the key in insurance sector in order to offer suitable solutions”

Masta, CEO at ABP eVentures Pvt Ltd said” We tried to replicate the office basis on the employee’s residencies and their ease. The marriage industry is still in a very initial phase of recovery in comparison to its actual form in India. We have taken new business associations and have successfully shifted the strategizing and planning part virtually with right set of connectivity tools”

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Telecom Service Providers to start 5G trials in different locations across India



NEW DELHI: The Department of Telecommunications (DoT), Government of India, approved today, permissions to Telecom Service Providers (TSPs) for conducting trials for use and applications of 5G technology. The applicant TSPs include Bharti Airtel Ltd., Reliance JioInfocomm Ltd., Vodafone Idea Ltd. and MTNL.

These TSPs have tied up with original equipment manufacturers and technology providers which are Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung and C-DOT. In addition, Reliance JioInfocomm Ltd. will also be conducting trials using its own indigenous technology.

The permissions have been given by DoT as per the priorities and technology partners identified by TSPs themselves. The experimental spectrum is being given in various bands which include the mid-band (3.2 GHz to 3.67 GHz), millimeter wave band (24.25 GHz to 28.5 GHz) and in Sub-Gigahertz band (700 GHz). TSPs will also be permitted to use their existing spectrum owned by them (800 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz and 2500 MHz) for conduct of 5G trials.

The duration of the trials, at present, is for a period of 6 months. This includes a time period of 2 months for procurement and setting up of the equipment.

The permission letters specify that each TSP will have to conduct trials in rural and semi-urban settings also in addition to urban settings so that the benefit of 5G Technology proliferates across the country and is not confined only tourban areas.

The TSPs are encouraged to conduct trials using 5Gi technology in addition to the already known 5G Technology. It will be recalled that International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has also approved the 5Gi technology, which was advocated by India, as it facilitates much larger reach of the 5G towers and Radio networks.The 5Gi technology has been developed by IIT Madras, Centre of Excellence in Wireless Technology (CEWiT) and IIT Hyderabad.

The objectives of conducting 5G trials include testing 5G spectrum propagation characteristics especially in the Indian context; model tuning and evaluation of chosen equipment andvendors; testing of indigenous technology; testing of applications (such as tele-medicine, tele-education, augmented/ virtual reality, drone-based agricultural monitoring, etc.);and to test 5G phones and devices.

5G technology is expected to deliver improved user experience in terms of data download rates (expected to be 10 times that of 4G), up to three times greater spectrum efficiency, and ultra low latency to enable Industry 4.0. Applications are across a wide range of sectors such as agriculture, education, health, transport, traffic management, smart cities, smart homes, and multiple applications of IOT (Internet of Things).

DoT has specified that the trials will be isolated and not connected with the existing networks of TSPs. Trials will be on non-commercial basis.

The data generated during the trials shall be stored in India. TSPs are also expected to facilitate the testing of the indigenously developed use cases and equipment as part of the trials. One hundred applications/ use cases selected by DoT after conducting the recent Hackathon on 5G applications can also be facilitated in these trials.

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Jio Platforms fourth quarter net profit zooms 47.5% to Rs 3,508 crore



NEW DELHI: Jio Platforms on Friday posted a net profit of Rs 3,508 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 2021, a 47.5 per cent jump over the year-ago period, according to a company statement.

Its revenue from operations came in at Rs 18,278 crore, a growth of about 19 per cent compared to the corresponding period of the previous year.

The company said its total customer base as on March 31, 2021 stood at 42.62 crore.

During the quarter, Jio’s Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) — a key metrics for telcos — was at Rs 138.2 per, lower than Rs 151 clocked in December quarter.

“ARPU for Q4FY21 was Rs 138.2, with sequential decline driven by transition from Interconnect Usage Charges (IUC) to Bill and Keep regime effective 1st January 2021, and lower number of days during the quarter,” the company said in a statement.

Mukesh D Ambani, Chairman and Managing Director, Reliance Industries, said: “Jio has a highly engaged 426 million customer base and remains committed to enhancing digital experiences not only for our existing customers but, for all individuals, households, and enterprises across the country. With its path defining partnerships over the last couple of years, Jio will continue to strive towards making India a premier digital society.”

Ambani noted that Covid has brought forth new challenges for the country, and added that Jio’s on-the-ground teams are working tirelessly to address all issues for ensuring seamless customer service.

JPL (Jio Platforms) closed its first full year of operations with revenue and EBITDA of Rs 73,503 crore and Rs 32,359 crore, respectively, despite Covid-related challenges, the statement added. For the full year FY21, the net profit was at Rs 12,537 crore.

Source: Press Trust of India

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HCL Infosystems names Alok Sahu as CFO; to succeed Kapil Kapur



NEW DELHI: HCL Infosystems on Wednesday said its Chief Financial Officer Kapil Kapur has resigned from the company.

The company’s Board of Directors has named Alok Sahu to succeed Kapur for the position of CFO with effect from June 1, 2021, a regulatory filing said.

“… we submit that Mr KapilKapur, CFO of the company has informed the company about his resignation from the said position with the company with effect from the closing hours of May 31, 2021 to pursue other opportunities & interests,” it said.

Alok Sahu, a chartered accountant by profession, is a finance professional who has over 25years of experience in spearheading financial and accounting functions, the filing said.

He has been associated withHCL Infosystems since 1995.

Source: Press Trust of India

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