Building A Big Telecom
- Maxis aiding businesswomen. NGUI, NADYA // Malay Mail;10/31/2012, p22
The article reports on the plan of Maxis Bhd to provide free 12-month data plans to support 50 women entrepreneurs and boost their business acumen.
- Maxis merges Aircel with RCom to create new Indian operator. Burkitt-Gray, Alan // Capacity Magazine;10/3/2016, p1
Malaysia's Maxis Communications has signed a definitive agreement to merge its Indian mobile operator, Aircel, with Reliance Communications (RCom), to create a business with nearly 200 million customers and an 18.3% market share.
- Mobile market connection. // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);3/13/2006, Vol. 26 Issue 36, p21
A list of top six mobile phone vendors in 2005 in the worldwide market share is presented. The number one phone marketer is Nokia Corp. The company is followed by Motorola Corp., Samsung Corp., LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company, Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications, Siemens Corp., and...
- 'Spectrum sharing is common sense that we lack in India'. Swain, Gyana Ranjan // Voice & Data;Mar2013, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p60
Several excerpts from an interview with Sandip Das, chief executive officer (CEO) of Maxis Communications BHd who discusses his resignation as chief executive officer (CEO), the Indian telecommunication sector, and the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) between Aircel and other operators are presented.
- Sandip Das The Start-up Man. Swain, Gyana Ranjan // Voice & Data;Apr2013, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p48
The article focuses on the re-entry of Sandip Das to the telecommunication business by joining Reliance Infotel to head its 4G service business in India. His entry will add teeth to the broadband wireless access (BWA) plan of Reliance Industries Ltd.'s Mukesh Ambani. Moreover, if Das is...
- TELCO MAXIMUS. Gopalan, Krishna // Business Today;3/23/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p138
The article reports that Maxis Communications Bhd, the owner of mobile operator Aircel Corp. is aiming to become a pan-India telecommunications operator. Sandip Das, chief executive officer (CEO) of Maxis said that they will end up investing $3.5 to $4 billion for the purpose. According to Rohit...
- Why are the CEOs Going? Swain, Gyana Ranjan // Voice & Data;Feb2013, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p34
The article discusses the possible reasons of executives in resigning from telecommunication industry in India. It highlights the resignations of several executives including Sanjay Kapoor of Bharty Airtel, Fredrik Jejdling of Ericsson, and Naresh Wadhwa of Cisco India. Wadhwa believes that...
- VOICEMAIL. Gowda, Aswath; Khosla, Arvind; Kumar, Pawan; Singh, Vinod; Vidhan; Kashyap, Amit; Yadav, Rambha; Rai, Ashutosh; Kulkarni, Prakash; Reddy, Lakshmi; Ananthram, Pramod; Anandan, David; Venkat, Anushka; Saxena, Anil; Singh, Mahindra; Sharma, Geeta; Kumar, Santhosh; Vasudevan; Gupta, Aakriti; Sinha, Mahima // Voice & Data;May2013, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p11
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in the April 2013 issue including "Reliance Jio Infocomm: Treading Cautiously," "Mission Critical" and "Sandip Das: The Start-up Man."
- IDC expects growth in Saudi Arabia. // RCR Wireless News;2/16/2004, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p18
Forecasts the growth of the mobile market in Saudi Arabia in 2004. Factors which would influence the market growth; Plan of Saudi Telecom to expand market share through cost streamlining; Expansion of infrastructure for the coverage of Saudi Telecom customers.