With the Jio-RComm deal, we have three clear players with enough spectrum, enough customers, the correct technology and enough resources to duke it out for dominance of the telecom sector.
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The other two players - Aircel and BSNL - are bound to get further marginalized in this battle, because the game has now shifted exclusively to the 4G arena, and neither of these two are significant players in that game. Will we see some sort of a truce between the big three and an end to the price wars? I suspect not. Jio is showing no signs of slowing down its charge and Bharti Airtel is equally clear that it will not cede its hard earned position in the telecom field.
Vodafone and Idea by combining their forces have also become so big that they can slug it out toe to toe. So brace up for more fireworks in the telecom sector in In the short run, it will also be good for consumers as data offers will get more attractive. In the long run, it will probably not be all that good because just two or three dominant players is never good for the consumer.
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Previous Story The telecom wars will intensify in Since its founding by Ren Zhengfei, a Communist Party member and military engineer, Huawei has been a key part of the Chinese military-industrial-complex and Great Firewall. The company has also faced allegations that it has been a chronic trade secrets thief and sanctions violator.
The Chinese government, of course, has denied these latest allegations, and has come out swinging at Canada.
Meanwhile, the U. All this suggests that the tide may finally be turning against the future of telecommunications passing into the hands of Huawei and other Chinese IT companies, and their Communist Party masters in Beijing.
But the Middle East has been steadily moving in the Huawei direction on 5G until recently, and accounts for five of at least 22 commercial 5G contracts Huawei has signed to date. Meanwhile Africa, where some 1. To prevent that from happening, the world still needs to see the US and its closest allies develop an alternative plan for securing the future of 5G.
Until then, stopping the Huawei Trojan horse before it gets wheeled through the gates, will be a welcome—albeit overdue--first step.
Please note: I contacted Huawei to get a response to these, and other accusations. Intelligence agencies around the world have long suspected that Huawei-made equipment enables Chinese intelligence agencies to eavesdrop and divert networks and data.