China’s Huawei Technologies wants to play an important role in helping India build Information and Communications Technology (ICT) infrastructure for the development of smart cities, a senior company executive said here today.
“We will be able to help India build ICT infrastructure including wireless systems and the computing platforms for the smart cities,” said Joe So, Chief Technology Officer for Industry Solutions at Huawei in Shenzhen head office.
“We can help build the inter-dependency of the Indian system,” he said, stressing on Huawei’s strength in building ICT infrastructure.
He noted the similarity between India and China, especially based on the huge population in major cities. India’s smart cities should also adopt ICT, he urged.
Citing examples, So pointed out the use of ICT in Chinese cities has helped reduce crime rates significantly. The Indian smart cities could also use ICT for similar use, said So who addressed the Huawei Innovation Day held in Singapore today.
Elaborating, he said India would not be able to use a one standard plan for building 100 smart cities as each major region is different from the other.
Each city must be planned based on its structure and people’s needs such as New Delhi being a government and agencies centre and Mumbai being a commercial hub.
So said he will also be highlighting Huawei’s technologies in a keynote address to the Smart-Safe City conference to be held in Bangaluru on December 19.
He will focus on Huawei’s technologies for India, rated as its second largest market outside China. Huawei employs 6,200 people in India, having set up office in 1999.
German telecoms operator Deutsche Telekom said Friday it is to partner with China’s Huawei to offer public cloud computing services in a bid to rival US behemoth Amazon.
T-Systems, Telekom’s IT division, will run the network and manage cloud storage data in project “Open Telekom Cloud”, using Huawei servers and solutions expertise.
The Chinese firm will not have access to the data, Telekom said in a statement following the inking of a cooperation agreement with its partner Thursday night. The German firm is seeking to consolidate its leading position in the European cloud or online services market.
The Open Telekom Cloud is scheduled for launch at next year’s CeBIT technology fair as Deutsche Telekom focuses on a market segment largely dominated by US firms such as e-commerce giant Amazon’s Amazon Web Services subsidiary.
Shengli Wang, Huawei’s European president and board member, said in a statement on Deutsche Telekom’s website that “with T-Systems as a partner, we are looking forward to further build a strategic cooperation with one of the leading ICT providers in the world”.
For T-Systems IT division director Ferri Abolhassan, “more and more business customers are discovering the advantages of the public cloud, but they want a European alternative.”
He told German business daily Handelsblatt that “we want to attack Amazon.”
Anette Bronder, director of T-Systems’ Digital Division, said the new platform “is designed to be simple, secure, and affordable.”
To date, customers have generally used a specially secured private cloud on a company by company basis on a dedicated server.
Deutsche Telekom says it sets great store by clients’ data security and is stressing that the servers are Germany-based, bringing them under strict local data management regulations.
Amazon itself recently opened two cloud data centres in Germany adding to a first European site in Dublin.
Deutsche Telekom said it aims to double cloud revenues for business customers by the end of 2018.
Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Jio, the only pan-India license holder of broadband wireless spectrum, is planning to offer consumers heavily discounted mobile Wi-Fi (Mi-Fi) devices to attract data users,Telegraph India reported.
Jio, which is likely to launch commercial services in coming few months, is aiming to expand the addressable 4G market in the country by promoting Mi-Fi hotspots that allow users to stream data via 4G networks
Mi-fis can connect up to 10 devices at a time and cost around Rs 3,000. Reliance Jio is likely to reduce prices by about 50% to incentivise users to shift to its network, according to telecom analyst Sandip Agarwal.
Agarwal however cautioned that Reliance Jio’s dependence on Mi-fi devices to drive penetration would be detrimental to user experience because of the need to carry an extra device. These devices also need to be charged separately and have a limited battery life.
Sunil Bharti Mittal-led Bharti Airtel has already raced past Jio to expand its 4G services to cover nearly 300 towns to take the first mover advantage, becoming the first telecom company in the country to roll out 4G services pan-India. It already offers its customers Mi-Fi hotspot access.
Reliance Jio inked deals with Chinese handset makers ZTE, Alcatel OneTouch (TCL Communications), Huawei, CK-Telecom and Beijing Tianyu Communication Equipment-owned K-Touch brand, and Indian brand Intex for procurement of smartphones for the company’s consumer electronics brand, Re Connect, which will sell 4G handsets across India.
Devices under the ReConnect brand will be priced between Rs 4,000 and Rs 25,000, they added. Jio has said it would ensure availability of under-Rs 5000 4G smartphones coinciding with its services launch. Jio had promised that if there was any gap between demand and supply of smartphones at a particular price level, it could bridge the gap with its own brand under Reliance Retail.
Under the partnership with Jio, companies like Huawei, ZTE, and Alcatel OneTouch will also provide dongles, Wi-Fi routers or Mi-Fis and other broadband products aimed at homes and small office or home office customers.
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The government’s move to create a countrywide broadband network that offers affordable broadband to all would propel the total number of internet users to 563 million by 2020, of which number of wireless data users will be 450 million while the remaining will be fixedline users. Wireless data users will be 28 per cent of India’s total wireless subscriber base, the report said
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