TELCOMA Technologies an ISO certified company provides services, Telecom network solutions and telecom training in Chandigarh.
We provide training on the latest technologies like GSM, CDMA, 3G and 4G Technologies.
The information and communication technologies (ICT) sector is leading a global transformation and there is a huge demand for trained telecom professionals.
Telecom sector in India is growing rapidly and this trend will continue to hold in future.
We at TELCOMA provide customized training program for corporates, freshers and experienced engineers in telecom domain with 100% placement support.
Our 6 months industrial course in telecommunications has been designed in view keeping the current trends in the telecom industry. It includes A-Z of Telecom sector including equipment vendors like Ericsson, ZTE, NSN, Nokia Siemens Network, Huawei, Motorola, Samsung, LG and Alcatel Lucent. We have consistent visits to telecom operators like Airtel, Vodafone, Aircel, IDEA Cellular, BSNL, Tata Docomo, Reliance etc
Guest lecturers from telecom companies provide you with practical knowledge and real hands-on experience
TELCOMA Technologies Pvt. Ltd
SCO 123, Phase 3B2, Mohali, Chandigarh.
With the government focusing on its agenda to provide affordable broadband services to the masses, revenue from data services is expected to grow 400 per cent to $19.3 billion by 2020, a report by Huawei has said.
“The data revenue is expected to increase from $3.9 billion in 2011 to $19.3 billion by 2020, registering a 400 per cent growth,” Huawei India said in its report ‘Connected possibilities: innovation, integration and inclusiveness’ in partnership with Ernst & Young.
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
TELCOMA Technologies Pvt. Ltd, an ISO 9001:2008 certified company provides Six Week / 6 Weeks Industrial Training in Advanced Telecom Technologies like GSM, CDMA, GPRS, EDGE, EvDO, 3G, 4G, LTE, UMTS, WCDMA, UMB, HSPDA, HSUPA, HSPA+, iden, WiFi and WiMax.
Besides technical training we also provide free aptitude, group discussion, personality development, CV building and interview preparation for our students in order to prepare them for getting good jobs.
As per the curriculum of all universities and colleges the students are required to undergo 6 Week / 8 Weeks or 2 months summer training program as a part of their engineering degree requirements.
Students at national level and worldwide chose TELCOMA as their preferred training provider. We have 100% satisfaction levels and have providing professional and practical oriented courses for students. Students who have enrolled for our Advanced Telcom training are working for top telecommunication companies like Ericsson, Nokia Siemens Network, NSN, ZTE, Huawei, Airtel, Aircel, Vodafone, IDEA, Tata Docomo, Videocon and Reliance to name a few.
Students work on live projects as a part of their internship here at TELCOMA, which increases their practical knowledge and chances of getting job in a good Telecommunication company. After completion of course and final year we will be arranging interviews in different companies. Students will sit in campus placements at our Mohali campus or will be sent to company’s premises for interviews.
As per year 2012, we will be starting our courses in the month of May, June 2012. We have limited seats and registrations will be done on first come first served basis.
Hurry book your place before the registration closes. Register for Six Week / 6 Weeks Training
As per the degree requirements of B.Tech students studying under PTU (Punjab Technical University) Jalandhar, LPU (Lovely Professional University) Phagwara, Punjabi University Patiala, Thapar University. Patiala and Punjab University Chandigarh, Punjab, the students are supposed to undergo 6 Month Industrial Training in the final year i.e. 4th year (7th semester or 8th semester) Six Week Summer Training (2nd year, after 4th semester).
Engineering students from Electronics and Communication (ECE), Computer Science Engineering (CSE) and Information Technology (IT) stream can opt for Advanced Telecom Training at TELCOMA Technologies in GSM, CDMA, 3G and 4G Technologies.
ECE students have job scope in all RF departments like RF Planning, RF Performance, RF Optimization, Transmission, OMCR, Implementation – BTS, BSC Installation and Commissioning and all switching departments like Switch, IN, OMCS, Implementation, VAS (GPRS, EDGE, CRBT), 3G, 3.5G and 4G.
CSE and IT students have great scope in upcoming all IP networks of 3G, 3.5G and 4G, plus all departments of switching and VAS i.e. Switch, IN, OMCS, MSC Implementation, VAS (GPRS, EDGE, CRBT).
Students get to work on live projects. BTS, BSC, Node-B, RNC, MSC Server, MGW of all vendors like Ericsson, Nokia Siemens Network (NSN), Huawei, ZTE, Alcatel Lucent are covered. All the engineering department of operators like Airtel, Vodafone, IDEA, Tata Docomo, Videocon and Aircel are covered in this training.
Registrations are now open, click here to register for Industrial / Summer Training.
Telecom company Bharti Airtel is learnt to have identified vendors for rolling out its broadband wireless services in four circles it bagged in a government auction last year.
Bharti is likely to adopt a strategy to split its broadband wireless access (BWA) circles among different vendors to optimise costs and leverage relationships with existing equipment suppliers.
It used a similar strategy while awarding third generation (3G) contracts that were divided between three vendors. ET has learnt that that telco may offer the Kolkata circle to Chinese gear maker ZTE while its competitor Huawei may get the Karnataka circle. The European vendors Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks, that have had a long-term relationship with the telco, are likely to get the Punjab and Maharashtra circles respectively.
LTE is a technology platform that allows very high-speed access to data and transfer of huge amounts of data via dongles and compatible mobile phones. Bharti Airtel paid Rs 3,314.36 crore for getting airwaves that supported LTE services in four circles – Maharashtra, Karnataka, Punjab and Kolkata – in a government auction held last year.
After poor response for 3G services, Indian telecom operators are desperately working with Chinese and western telecom gear makers to upgrade the current infrastructure from 3Gto 4G.
Technically known as Long Term Evolution (LTE) in mobile broadband terminology and branded as 4G, the new infrastructure would require minimal funds for Indian telecom operators who have almost set up the 3G infrastructure. “We have a single RAN box where you can upgrade 3G to 4G or LTE to Wimax. Everything is in one box. They will need minimal funds to upgrade to 4G,” said a top official with Chinese telecom equipment provider Huawei. The Huawei official said 3G and 4G are basically download speeds.
The Huawei official said the company is in talks with some Indian telecom operators. “The 3G network is on track right now. In the last six months six to seven operators have placed faith in us,” he added. The department of telecommunications (DoT) has also decided to go by the LTE or 4G global roadmap, which is expected to be launched globally between 2011 to mid-2012.
Indian operators hope that the LTE would be a smooth transition using core infrastructure of the 2G or 3G networks. According to the vice president (networks) of Bharti Airtel, Puneet Garg, 2012 will be the year that will witness a broadband wireless revolution using LTE, which will change the way people connect to communicate.
“With mass adoption, lowest cost per bit, highest capacity, best user experience and a true global standard, the world is stepping into 4G. We expect 380 million LTE subscribers and 80 plus LTE networks by 2015,” said Sujit Bakre, Nokia Siemens Networks head of 4G business development.
The main advantages with LTE are high throughput, low latency, plug and play, an improved end-user experience and a simple architecture resulting in low operating costs. LTE will also support seamless passing to cell towers with older network technology, such as GSM, CDMAOne, UMTS and CDMA2000.