India to help train Thais to fight cybercrime

India has agreed to train Thai officers to tackle cybercrime as part of their broader security cooperation. Defence Ministry spokesman Khongcheep Tantravanich said on Friday the agreement was reached during the official visit to India by Thai security authorities on Thursday and Friday. The delegation included Gen Prawit Wongsuwon, deputy prime minister and defence minister; defence…

FusionNet exploits Juniper’s all-fiber technology to offer high speed broadband

NEW DELHI: FusionNet Web Services is aiming to shake up the broadband market within India’s National Capital Region (NCR) with an all-fiber service that leverages scalable routing, switching and security from Juniper Networks. The new Internet service provider, which launched their services in October 2015, sees an opportunity to achieve rapid market penetration by offering…

India Decision on Zero Rating Highlights Uncertainty Across Borders Regarding Zero-rating Mobile Data Services

A recent decision by India’s telecom regulator to prohibit differential charges for Internet content – which effectively blocked Facebook from offering its Free Basics service in the country – highlights how regulators around the globe continue to work through whether and how “zero-rating” data services may be permissible under their country’s net neutrality framework.  Zero-rating…