GUJARAT INTERNATIONAL FINANCE TEC-CITY COMPANY LIMITED has floated a tender for Implementation of Access Control System for Utility Tunnel Phase-2 in Gift City (Dta and Sez Area). The project location is Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India.
NT was established in January last year through the merger of CAT Telecom and TOT.
NT's assets comprise 25,000 telecom towers, nine routes of submarine cables, total spectrum of 600 megahertz of bandwidth on six spectrum ranges, 4,000 kilometres of cable conduits, 4 million fibre-optics cores and 13 data centres and international call services.
NT holds 20MHz of bandwidth on the 700MHz spectrum range secured through a 2020 auction by CAT Telecom, as well as 400MHz of bandwidth on the 26-gigahertz range held by TOT.
Operators in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand may boost investment in services such as health tech, as well as in data centers and other physical infrastructure as distractions caused by major operator deals in all three countries fade away. The nations saw $30 billion in total merger announcements last year, led by a mega $15 billion deal in Malaysia, as telcos sought to pare price wars and boost scale for 5G network investments.
Mobile network operators provide connectivity and communications service over deployed network infrastructure (whether owned or leased). The definition of network infrastructure is not only limited to electronic components but also includes passive elements such as physical sites and towers that are required to operate the network.
While in some countries cell phone towers are prohibited from being placed within a certain range of populations to minimise exposure, Thailand’s safety measures only include exposure limits used by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP).
The agreement is in line with efforts by regulator NBTC to promote telecom infrastructure sharing in the nation.
DTAC also confirmed that it has reached an agreement with state-owned CAT Telecom to set up joint ventures (JVs) to manage shared telecoms towers and fibre-optic infrastructure. As reported by CommsUpdate yesterday, Tower JV Co and Fibre JV Co will both be 51% owned by DTAC and 49% by CAT, which issued DTAC’s original build-transfer-operate (BTO) 2G mobile operating concession running until 2018. A total of 15 ongoing arbitration disputes between CAT and DTAC (on issues including BTO network asset ownership) will reportedly be ended to facilitate the network sharing partnership.
The website of Myanmar Post and Telecommunications Department (PDT) provides laws and regulations on Myanmar's Telecommunication.
Afghanistan has transformed its telecommunications from a fragmentedsystem serving few people to a modern one putting Afghans in touch with one another and with the global economy—all in just a few years. After the war in 2002 there were only 2 telephones for every 1,000 Afghans, and communicating between provinces was almost impossible, even for the government.