Sunday, June 26, 2016

Another Local Taxi Aggregator UTOO Launched in Chennai

Serial entrepreneur Sivasankaran again jumped into another new turf after telecom. Siva Group was earlier promoter of Aircel, which was later sold to Maxis. In 2008 he again tried telecom with STel partnering Batelco. In 2012 STel's 2G license was cancelled and Shiva Group closed down its telecom venture.

Cut to 2016, he launched UTOO - another taxi aggregator in the country. However unlike Ola and UBER, Sivasankaran promoted UTOO is initiated in Chennai and promised to offer luxury cabs. They also promised no surge in pricing.

The website reads, UTOO is a premium taxi service in Chennai aimed at making every ride a journey to remember. Our transparent pricing policy is designed to ensure great rides and peaceful minds.

We believe technology as a main driver to provide the most hassle-free ride experiences for the users. We take pride in fielding a great team of chauffeurs on the ground who keep up our commitment to customer experience."

Friday, June 17, 2016

Kolkata has Three 4G Signals Live


The fourth one will be Reliance 4G which is due by August. 

Thursday, June 16, 2016

WiFi Equipment Vendors - List

TP Link
Belkin
Binatone
Hewlett Packard
Netgear
Sanghai DareGlobal - http://dareglobal.en.ec21.com/
Shenzhen Wewins - http://www.we-wins.com/
Dragon Path
D Link International
D Link International Pte
Alpha Networks
Ericsson
CISCO
Zygate
Tenda
Alfa
Motorola Mobility
Zyxel
Juniper
Smartlink
Sonicwall
Sony Mobile

Will be updated....

Friday, June 10, 2016

RCom Admits the 4G Network is Yet to be Live

I am getting texts on my Reliance prepaid no. (CDMA to GSM/4G migrated) that 'Welcome to Reliance 4G GSM network!' But where is the fucking 4G from RCom.

4G from RCom is a LIE !! A Lie which killed CDMA and traps the loyal CDMA subscriber base of RCom to its pathetic GSM/3G network.

However in the last text they mentioned that Welcome to Reliance 4G ready GSM network.


[Press Release] Ballr Hires Head of Sports from Samsung


              Maurizio Barbieri joins Ballr to spearhead football partnerships across Asia Pacific.


Ballr, an entirely mobile, micro-fantasy, fan engagement platform, designed for emerging markets, announced today that Maurizio Barbieri, previously Head of Sport at Samsung Asia Pacific, has joined to lead global football partnerships.

“We’re pleased to welcome Maurizio to the team. In his role, he will drive strategic partnerships with global football organisations and aggressively target regional soccer fans for the all mobile games we design” said Sam Jones, founder, and CEO of Ballr. “Maurizio’s extensive experience in the
sports industry and network of sports teams, brands, content providers and network operators, will help prepare Ballr for its rapid growth across Asia”.

Barbieri joins Ballr from Asia’s market leading handset manufacturer, Samsung, where he held the position of a Head of Sports and Strategic Video services, APAC. In his role, Maurizio spearheaded a number of consumer driven content and fan engagement programs. His unrivalled access and deep understanding of sports fans in Asian gives Ballr an additional competitive edge. Prior to Samsung, Barbieri was CEO of GoalShouter a crowd-sourced football data platform.