Multinet Pakistan, in collaboration with Epsilon launches eConnect, the Carrier Neutral Interconnect Platform and its ePoP services in Karachi. The eConnect Hub in South Asia will effectively cater to the growing demand for the fast and cost effective exchange of voice and data traffic between local telecom operators in Pakistan while providing a managed presence for local and international Carriers.
Pakistan Telecommunication Company limited is the largest telecommunication company in Pakistan. It holds the status of backbone for country’s telecommunication infrastructure despite the arrival of a dozen of other telecom companies. PTCL maintains leading position in Pakistan as an infrastructure provider to other telecom operators and corporate customers of the country.
Of late Nokia has been telling users that the battery for the Nokia N8 isn’t removable as the mobile phone is fully sealed and held together with 2 screws at the bottom but it seems all we need to do to remove battery is to take out 2 screws to gain access to the battery. It sounds too easy yes its very easy to take the battery out.All you need for this purpose is an appropriate screw driver.
The Nokia N8 is now reaching the people around the globe so we will start seeing different tips and tutorials for the new Symbian ^ 3, and without doubt one of the most useful is how to hard reset the Nokia N8 as user may endup freezing or crashing the software, it is also very useful if want to sell the phone and remove the personal data.
Afghan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC) plans to increase coverage, particularly in rural areas, and provide a range of new mobile services. Nokia Siemens Networks will modernize and expand the operator’s 2.5G (GSM/GPRS) network and provide subscriber data management and charging and billing platforms. As a result, more people will be able to access mobile services across the country.
Khalid Shehzad, Chief Technology Officer, Telenor Pakistan (left) along with Atiq Ahmed, Deputy CTO, Telenor Pakistan inaugurates the hub site. Others who attended the ceremony include Imran Malik, CEO Supernet; Hamid Nawaz, Vice-President Supernet; and Shams-ul-Arfeen, CEO Telecard.
Nokia Siemens Networks launched its new Flexi NS (Network Server) at 4G World today. The packet core network server has the lowest power consumption in the market, consuming only 59 watts per 100,000 subscribers. Flexi NS also allows operators to serve more smart device users, thanks to its market-leading signal handling capacity. The new Flexi NS will be available for commercial deployment by the end of 2010.