SPOTLIGHT: U.S. carriers eye India, China chances

Recent weeks have seen the two largest U.S. telcos increase their commitments to operate in India and China, particularly the former, where operating licenses are up for grabs and just about every service sector is hot. Indian carrier Tata Communications says that is certainly true of the Ethernet market in its homeland.

AT&T and Verizon Communications' new commitments may help account for what has been measured as $650 million in investment by foreign companies in India just in the first two months of this year.

For more:
- see this story about India's foreign investment figure at The Asian Age
read this Financial Times story about Verizon's effort at Rediff News
check out this coverage of India's Ethernet market at Light Reading

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