Tata Teleservices to deploy first A-GPS service in India



Tata Teleservices to deploy first A-GPS service in India
Indian Wireless operator Tata Teleservices (24.3 million subscribers, 9.1% market share in March 2008), this week announced it will deploy an A-GPS technology for the first time in the Indian market. The service is expected to be available on multiple handsets from Tata's catalog and deployment is expected in late 2008.

Tata will use Qualcomm's Assisted GPS (A-GPS) technology with hosting services from wireless communications provider TeleCommunication Systems (TCS).

Tata Teleservices offers integrated telecom solutions to its customers under the Tata Indicom brand, and uses the CDMA 3G 1X technology for its wireless network. Tata Teleservices operates in more than 5,000 towns across India.


Friday, May 30th 2008


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