Tata Communications is a leading global provider of A New World of Communications™ to multinational enterprises and communications service providers. The company leads from the front to create an open infrastructure, partner ecosystem and platforms for businesses to stay competitive in this digital age.
With a strong presence in both developed and emerging markets, the company is a key enabler of information and communication technology globally with a broad range of services including network services; voice, data and mobility solutions; unified communications & collaboration tools; managed security; content management; media and entertainment services; and cloud and data centre solutions.
The company is headquartered in Mumbai and Singapore and employs ~8,000 staff across 38 countries.
The $3.14bn company is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange of India and is the flagship telecoms arm of the $103.5 billion Tata group.
The mobile ecosystem has been central to many of the innovations and creative solutions that have emerged in the last few weeks: not just in communications in keeping us connected but also in the essential sharing of information, entertainment, education, business and finance all now commonly managed at home from mobile devices.
MEF Mobile IoT Advisor, Andrew Parkin-White is joined by an expert panel comprising Sam Barker, Lead Analyst of Juniper Research, Kim Bybjerg, VP, IoT and Mobility at Tata Communications and Alistair Elliott, CEO Solutions of the Pod Group. The panel tackled key issues and questions around the development of the Mobile IoT roaming market including market drivers, supplier challenges and importantly how to monetise the opportunities that IoT roaming affords.
MEFTV speaks to Tata Communications’ Anurag Aggarwal – Associate Director of Messaging Services, about a broad range of topics, including the state of the global A2P messaging industry, the fight against grey routes, messaging fraud, and the future of RCS.
At the recent MEF Connects 2019 event in London, Matt Hatton, former CEO of Machina Research and ex Gartner analyst explored the issues around IoT roaming with a panel of experts comprising Luc Vidal-Madjar of BICS, Ben Bannister of Tata Communications and Graham Hart-Ives of JT Global. MEF Advisor Andrew Parkin-White shares his key takeaways from the session.
Demand for ‘traditional’ SMS enterprise messaging will keep the A2P market growing until 2025, says Tata Communication’s Anurag Aggarwal. In an exclusive interview with MEFTV, he explains why…
At one time, the mainstream view of OTT messaging apps was that they represented competition to the traditional telco industry. No longer. Today, many insiders know that the picture is much more nuanced. Yes, the major OTT players do have ambitions in the enterprise messaging space. And yet, they are also among the operators’ best customers.
A2P messaging revenues look set to double inside four years. Where is the growth coming from? Ben Bannister, director of mobility and collaboration services at Tata Communications, offers his thoughts.
Looking for a positive spin on ever-present A2P messaging fraud? It’s a symptom of the huge success of the sector. Criminals target the channel because people and businesses love and trust it.