Of­fer­ings Re­freshed

Voice&Data - - TOP 10 TELECOM SERVICES - —Vinod Kumar

MD & CEO, Tata Com­mu­ni­ca­tions

As a lead­ing whole­sale voice car­rier, Tata Com­mu­ni­ca­tions worked to add new­gen­er­a­tion ca­pa­bil­i­ties to support needs of car­ri­ers glob­ally and an­nounced the launch of Voice Business Apps, a new suite of hosted tools and man­aged ser­vices de­signed to help ser­vice providers run their in­ter­na­tional voice business of­fer­ings, more ef­fi­ciently and prof­itably.

The company also launched its multi- de­vice com­pat­i­ble cloud-based ed video con­fer­enc­ing ser­vice jamveecon­fer­enc­ing, which it said al­lowed users to take part in a video meet­ing from any lo­ca­tion via a desk­top com­puter, lap­top, tablet, smart­phone or a ded­i­cated d Tele Telep­res­ence room.

In another sig­nif­i­cant step, Tata Com­mu­ni­ca­tions an­nounced in May 2013 that it would delist, dereg­is­ter and t ter­mi­nate its ADR pro­gram (o (on NYSE) as among other rea rea­sons, the ADR pro­gram had not td de­vel­oped the trad­ing vol­umes or liq­uid­ity ini­tially hoped for. In ad­di­tion, it said the new SEBI guide­lines which said that ADRs were not to be con­sid­ered when cal­cu­lat­ing the per­cent­age of pub­lic share­hold­ing, was a rea­son. The company com­pleted the delist­ing process in June 2013.

In early 2014, Tata Com­mu­ni­ca­tions took a sig­nif­i­cant step for­ward in the area of LTE by an­nounc­ing its net­work readi­ness to sup­ply Voice over LTE call­ing (VoLTE) to its global com­mu­nity of IPX­con­nected ser­vice providers.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from India

© PressReader. All rights reserved.