Friday, January 19, 2018

Medical Ebo0k Downloading - list of Med_eBook free downloading Sites
status : active
files are on:
status : active
files are on: Google drive - often the file is busy with too many visitors.
status : active but less new uploads
files are on: direct download
status: inactive since 2015
files may be lost in many posts.
status : active but less new uploads
files may be lost in many posts.
status: inactive
files may be lost in many posts.
status: seems active
files are on:
status : active
files are on: micloudfiles (required adblocker disabling)
status : active
files are on: nitroflare (often blocked by Indian ISP)
>> not many medical books
status : active
files are on: userscloud/dailyuploads/filescdn 

Tuesday, January 02, 2018

Telecom 2018: Predictions and Prejudices

2018 can be a crucial year for Indian telecom for many reasons. Anil Ambani will exit telecom, thank god! Rcom's towers (43000+), fiber network (more than 1lac km), spectrum and MCN (248 in total) will be sold to Reliance Jio. 

However RCom holds 262MHz of spectrum across 800/900/1800/2100MHz and Jio will take 122.4MHz spectrum, probably skipping 2100MHz/900MHz. 

With this deal, Reliance Infocomm (later rebranded to Reliance Communications under the ownership of Anil Ambani) which was the brainchild of Mukesh Ambani, goes to the original parent. A circle is completed now.

The deal size is unknown but valuation could be Rs 24000 cr. 

Happy New Year 2018

Thursday, December 14, 2017

airtel 4G Speedtest [December 2017]

Airtel is very much aggressive on 4G after Jio made the industry jerked. Airtel is increasing its 4G coverage in the fastest manner, and deploying VoLTE for cheaper voice options.

Airtel's 4G network is tested in Barrackpore, Kolkata at my home.
Time: around 3:20 am

Apps used: Jio NetVelocity, Meteor by OpenSignal, Okla SpeedtestMy Vodafone's Speed Checker

The average speed on Airtel during that time was : 51.89Mbps !!!!! 

Meteor _by OpenSignal registered massive 81.9Mbps on Airtel 4G!!!

MyVodafone's SpeedChecker rolled Airtel 4G at 54.14Mbps

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Vodafone 4G Speedtest [December 2017]

This speedtests are done on Vodafone 4G network at around 2:20 am.
Location: my home, Barrackpore.

Apps used: Jio NetVelocity, Meteor by OpenSignal, Okla Speedtest, My Vodafone's Speed Checker.

With single tests done on each speedtester apps, which translate into 21 Mbps on average speed.

Monday, December 11, 2017

Indian Army Lists 42 Apps which May Act as Chinese Spy

Indian Army has listed a total of 42 apps on Android platform which can transmit your data from mobile phone to China for spying purpose and thereafter asked all soldiers to delete these apps from their mobile.

Among these apps, UC Browser is also there. I personally believe UC Browser is a shitty app, which buggy UI and transmits all of your browsing through Chinese servers for the sake of data compression and faster browsing.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Tower Companies of India (November 2017)

As Indian telecom sector is going through the merger and acquisition - the consolidation of the mobile operators is pushing the consolidation of the passive infra providers, most specificly the tower firms. Apart from the carrier/operator's own tower companies there are several independent tower and infra providers in the market and these companies depend on the tenancy of the towers by small and mid sized telecom operators. Now as the consolidations are reshaping the market, it's obvious that the tenancy business is not working. And at the same time operators, burnt out by huge debt, plan for renting towers to cut down operational costs. 

While RCom is struggling to find a potential buyer, Airtel is calculating for ideal stake holdings. And Amercian Tower Corp, backed up by US dollar, is siphoning the remaining smaller players. 

Indus Towers 
Indus Towers was founded in November 2007 by country’s leading mobile operators Airtel (42%), Vodafone India (the then Vodafone Essar; holds 42% share) and Idea (16%). In March 2009 Vodafone formed a new company called Ortus Infratel Holdings, and the investment on Indus Towers is now going via Ortus.

After Vodafone and Idea both announced to sell their own towers to ATC, it seems obvious that Indus Towers may be left in the hands of Bharti. 

Indus Towers is the world's largest tower company with a presence of more than 1,20,000 towers across the country.