RCOM’s India Enterprise Business unit took the honors at the Frost & Sullivan India Digital Transformation Award 2017 for its pioneering SIP Trunking service in the ‘New Products and Services’ category.
“It is indeed a great honor to be acknowledged for product innovation and services. IP Voice is dramatically changing the contours of voice communications and enterprises are looking at newer ways of minimizing Capex, while seeking better return on investment. Reliance SIP Trunk is one of early game-changers in the transformative journey towards the IP voice ecosystem,” said Bill Barney, Co-CEO, Reliance Communications, and Chairman and CEO of Global Cloud Xchange.
Launched in 2016 by RCOM’s India Enterprise Business, Reliance SIP Trunk is India’s first Enterprise SIP Trunking service to be powered by the IP Multimedia System (IMS). It is a highly scalable IP voice service designed for enterprise use for internal as well as external communications. Unlike traditional telephony that works on “lines”, SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) trunking operates on IP “sessions”.
Reliance is the only operator in India to have designed a nationwide voice network purely to serve the IP voice requirements of enterprises. This architecture enables flexibility and virtually limitless capability to deliver any number of sessions that the customer needs.
“Reliance Communications has been a pioneer in launching India’s first and only Enterprise SIP Trunking service powered by IP Multimedia Sub-system (IMS). Its unique self-care portal for enterprises has equipped organizations with better capabilities to manage their circuits. Its acute focus on developing vertical specific solutions and service assurance capabilities has enabled them to provide enterprises an integrated, seamless product technology platform for a great user experience,” said Benoy CS, Director & Business Unit Head, Digital Transformation, South Asia & Middle East, Frost & Sullivan….
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Reliance Globalcom has appointed William (Bill) Barney as CEO of its three offshore businesses, comprising FLAG, Yipes and Vanco.
Barney’s career spans more than 15 years in Asia. During his 10-year tenure as CEO of Pacnet, Barney led the company’s successful acquisition of regional ISP, Pacific Internet, which operationally merged with Asia Netcom and re-launched as Pacnet in January 2008. Prior to Pacnet, Barney served as Asia Pacific President and CEO for MCI Worldcom (Verizon) where he ledthe company through a three-digit growth phase.
Anil D.Ambani,Chairman, Reliance Communications stated, “We are delighted to have Bill join us to lead Reliance Globalcom into an accelerated phase of growth anddevelopment, leading to enhanced unlocking of value for the benefit of all our stakeholders. Bill’s track record and ability in reshaping the technology business will be a true asset to Reliance Globalcom.”
“I am honored to join one of the world’s leading business groups to run three very exciting businesses. We are at an important time in the evolution of global Internet technology, and I look forward to working with the team to further advance the company’s position in the global marketplace,”said Bill Barney, Newly Appointed CEO, Reliance Globalcom.
Barney’s appointment is effective immediately, and he will operate out of Hong Kong and Mumbai.Additionally,Punit Garg will continue……See More
Aiming to provide its 3G and prepaid GSM customers with unlimited live streaming of all the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 matches, Reliance Communications has announced partnership with Star Sports. With this partnership, Reliance customers by subscribing for a tournament pass of Rs. 301, will be able to access all the matches of the ongoing tournament on their smartphones, without paying any additional data consumption charges.
The customers will be able to enjoy this video experience without any delay and buffering on their mobile screens anytime, anywhere across the country.
Nilanjan Mukherjee, Chief Revenue Officer, Reliance Communications said, “We are delighted to offer the first of its kind seamless experience of unlimited live streaming of all ICC Champions Trophy 2013 matches to our customers powered by Star Sports with no additional data consumption charges. Our exclusive global partnership with ICC further strengthens our offering for cricket enthusiasts on our superior network and is line with our continuous efforts to offer innovative products with incredible affordability. We are confident that this seamless video experience on the go without buffering is set to trigger a significant shift of cricket fanatics using Smartphones to our superior 3G network.”
Added Vijay Rajput, COO, ESPN Software India Private said, “We are excited about our partnership with Reliance. We have launched starsports.com with the aspiration to create the most compelling sports experience in India. And we are eager for Reliance’s customers to have access to an outstanding live video experience……See More
Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd and Reliance Communications Ltd have announced the signing of a definitive agreement for sharing of RCoM’s nationwide telecom towers infrastructure.
Under the terms of the agreement, Reliance Jio Infocomm will utilize up to 45,000 ground and rooftop-based towers across RCoM’s nationwide network for accelerated rollout of its state-of-the-art 4G services.
The agreement provides for joint working arrangements to configure the scope of additional towers to be built at new locations to ensure deep penetration and seamless delivery of next- generation services.
This agreement follows the inter-city optic fibre sharing agreement already signed in April 2013 as part of a comprehensive framework of business cooperation between Reliance Jio Infocomm and Reliance Communications…….See More
Reliance Communications has announced ambitious plans to expand its pan-India network significantly through strategic 2G GSM Intra-Circle Roaming agreements with existing operators, offering its customers wider coverage and uninterrupted service across the country. Once in place, RCOM’s 2G GSM customers will be able to roam seamlessly on all partner networks, free of any additional cost.
These ICR agreements will increase RCOM’s national 2G GSM network footprint by 10,000 base stations and bring in an addressable market of over 150 million customers, adding up to a market opportunity of over Rs.10,000 crore. All agreements with existing telecom operators are likely to be completed by the end of the second quarter of the ongoing financial year.
“We are already in advanced stages of talks with several operators across the country to put these agreements in place, and are delighted to announce the first of many such alliances today – a pan-India 2G GSM ICR agreement with Aircel,” said Gurdeep Singh, President & Chief Executive Officer (Wireless), Reliance Communications.
The innovative 2G GSM ICR arrangements with various other operators will see a fast-paced expansion of RCOM’s GSM network footprint at no extra cost, optimize Capex and Opex spends and allow the Company’s customers a seamless roaming experience on partner networks. In addition, increased capacities will significantly improve both outdoor and in-building coverage, providing RCOM…..See More
Reliance Communications has signed an eight-year full-scope managed services agreement with Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) for US$1 billion to operate and manage the wireline and wireless networks for Northern and Western states of India.
Ericsson will be responsible for improving network performance and ultimately service quality, with the goal of increasing customer satisfaction and retention. Ericsson will also work closely with Reliance Communications to identify opportunities to introduce new services and expand its existing businesses to help realize the full potential of its network.
According to the partnership, Ericsson will manage the day-to-day operations across wireline and wireless networks and will take over responsibility for field maintenance, network operations and operational planning of Reliance Communications 2G, CDMA and 3G mobile networks. This partnership will allow Reliance Communications to free up resources to focus on user experience, as well as improving innovation power, agility and speed across the specified geographies.
Gurdeep Singh, CEO – Wireless Business, Reliance Communications, said, “We are happy to announce our partnership with Ericsson to manage our wireline and wireless network enabling us to provide a higher level of customer experience in terms of network and services. Given the complexity of network increasing with platforms, technologies and application offerings, we are banking on the experience, innovation and technical expertise of Ericsson to improve the productivity of our network and ensure that it delivers to its full potential….See More
Keeping into consideration the increasing Facebook population in the country,Reliance Communications has launched their first-of-its-kind prepaid plan “Facebook Messenger Plan” for all Reliance GSM subscribers. Reliance GSM customers can now enjoy unlimited usage of Facebook messenger across the country at a nominal fee of Rs.16 per month only without paying any extra data consumption charges.
“Facebook Messenger Plan” offers unlimited access of Facebook to all prepaid Reliance GSM customers in the country for just Rs.16 per month without paying any extra data consumption charges. The “Facebook Messenger Plan” is available with a validity period of 30 Days from the date of recharge and the plan is auto-renewed every 30 days unless unsubscribed…..See More