Tata Teleservices Organizational Structure Essay

2294 Words Oct 24th, 2015 10 Pages
Adoption of technology
Tata Teleservices Ltd. provides end-to-end telecommunications solutions to 70 million business and residential customers across 45000 towns and villages across the country. It was the pioneer of CMDA technology since its inception in 1996. It launched significant services in: * CDMA - Tata Indicom in January 2005 * Wireless Mobile Broadband - Tata Photon in 2008 * 2G GSM - Tata DOCOMO in 2009
TTL was the first private telecom company to roll out 3G services in India in November 2010. It took the expertise and technology of its partner NTT DOCOMO and got a favourable advantage in the market.
In the case of Task Interdependence it follows the Intensive Technology model which is based on reciprocal
…show more content…
Process to use Wi-Fi hot spot is really simple and is shown below: Step .1 Create a Tata Indicom Broadband 2.0 account by purchasing an online value card via credit card or net banking Step .2 Enable Wi-Fi on you device (mobile, laptop, tablet) Step .3 Open the internet browser to get the Tata Indicom Wi-Fi login page (in India) or the partner hotspot login page (outside India) Step .4 Enter your Tata Indicom Broadband 2.0 User Name and Password or the Serial Number & PIN of the Value Card to start accessing the internet. | |
Green Innovation - Project Optimus
The main objective of project optimus undertaken by Tata Teleservices Ltd. was to reduce its carbon foot print and optimization of network operation cost. An 'Applied Research' team was formed to address these issues with the goal of obtaining good quality continuous power independent of grid reliability and thus becoming the lowest cost telecom operator.
TTL has over 52,000 towers across the country operating on CDMA, GSM and 3G technologies which are taken from various infrastructure service providers (IP). Infrastructure is mainly divided into two types: * Passive infrastructure(owned by IP) - * Tower * BTS Shelter * Power Supply * Air Conditioning * Generators * Batteries * Fire Extinguishers * Active Infrastructure

Related Documents