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.