Thursday, April 9, 2015

Images and mobiles in Nepal

Images are part of life today and with increase in the use of smartphones, we have a lot of images that we could be sharing all over the internet.

One of the main thing that I would like to describe in this post in the revolution of images and how that has changes the life in today's future.

I would like to start up with a story from me and my brother. It was some 10 years back as far as I remember, my brother was in class 10 and I was in class 7. For your information, I am a graduate in Business IT from University of Center Lancanshire and things has changed a lot then and now. My brother completed two years intermediate level studies, went to the USA as a student and then settled there and got a green card two years back. The main thing is that I wanted to tell you that it was long time back, the story I am sharing now.

My brother shared me an images, he zoomed it and could show me someone who was way up in a building staring at the school where they were taking pictures from a teacher's 1.3 megapixel camera. He said me that it was a 1.3 mega pixels camera, I was so amazed to see the images.

Today, even a front camera comes upto 8 megapixels and more. The main thing behind it is, even at that time, the image was 1 mb in size which was huge, but with increase in picture quality, the images now are even heavier than 5 mb. So what you can do is share the images in internet with free images uploading websites online to save your hard disk space.

Although there are different other alternatives as well, but this one works best for me. Usually people share those photos in Facebook and get back when they need later, but at imgup you can save any size images and their web servers are very strong to handle the large files as well.

There are other social media sites as well that could host your images, however facebook and Google+ are common one, you should need to be different than others.

I always wanted a different ways I could share my files, and I used different types of file sharing website, but when it comes to images sharing, I use nothing more than this.

This website is best because it has even been shared at lifeshack which means the website is good enough to get an attention from top websites. So if you are planning to host some images in the internet and share it with your friends, nothing could be better option than this one. This is why I suggest you must work with this and it will change the way of your image sharing concept.

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Nepal Telecom in Brief

In Nepal, operating any form of telecommunication service dates back to 94 years in B.S. 1970. But formally telecom service was provided mainly after the establishment of MOHAN AKASHWANI in B.S. 2005.Later as per the plan formulated in First National Five year plan (2012-2017); Telecommunication Department was established in B.S.2016. To modernize the telecommunications services and to expand the services, during third five-year plan (2023-2028), Telecommunication Department was converted into Telecommunications Development Board in B.S.2026. After the enactment of Communications Corporation Act 2028, it was formally established as fully owned Government Corporation called Nepal Telecommunications Corporation in B.S. 2032 for the purpose of providing telecommunications services to Nepalese People. After serving the nation for 29 years with great pride and a sense of accomplishment, Nepal Telecommunication Corporation was transformed into Nepal Doorsanchar Company Limited from Baisakh 1, 2061. Nepal Doorsanchar company Limited is a company registered under the companies Act 2053. However the company is known to the general public by the brand name Nepal Telecom as registered trademark.

Nepal Telecom has always put its endeavors in providing its valued customers a quality service since its inception. To achieve this goal, technologies best meeting the interest of its customers has always been selected. The nationwide reach of the organization, from urban areas to the economically non- viable most remote locations, is the result of all these efforts that makes this organization different from others.

Definitely Nepal Telecom's widespread reach will assist in the socio-economic development of the urban as well as rural areas, as telecommunications is one of the most important infrastructures required for development. Accordingly in the era of globalization, it is felt that milestones and achievements of the past are not adequate enough to catch up with the global trend in the development of telecommunication sector and the growth of telecommunication services in the country will be guided by Technology, Declining equipment prices, market growth due to increase in standard of life and finally by healthy competition.

Converting NT from government owned Monopoly Company to private owned, business oriented, customer focused company in a competitive environment, Nepal Telecom invites its all-probable shareholders in the sacred work of nation building.
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About Ncell

Spice Nepal Private Limited was established in 2004 as the first private operator of mobile communication services in the GSM standard in Nepal. The services were commercially launched under the Mero Mobile brand on September 17, 2005.

Since October 2008, Spice Nepal has been part of TeliaSonera, a leading European telecommunication company present in over 20 markets with more than 450 million inhabitants, including the Nordic and Baltic countries, the emerging markets of Eurasia and Spain. TeliaSonera provides network access and telecommunication services that help people and companies communicate in an easy, efficient and environmentally friendly way. TeliaSonera is a world-class service company recognized as pioneer and a leader in the telecom industry.

Supported by TeliaSonera, Spice Nepal Private Limited has continued expanding coverage, enhancing quality and bringing new , efficient and easy-to-use services to the people of Nepal.

As of 2010, Spice Nepal operates under the Ncell brand. “N” in the Nepal stands for Nepal. We are committed to being the best local mobile network for the people living in the country. We provide services of international quality with a local touch. Most of our employees are Nepali and our services are designed to meet the needs of the local society.

We are constantly working towards our goals of connecting everyone in Nepal through our Ncell network, providing high quality, modern and cost effective services and creating value for our customers and partners.

The Ncell brand brings Spice Nepal under the common brand image of the TeliaSonera companies in the emerging markets of Eurasia, including Azercell in Azerbaijan, Kcell in Kazakhstan, Geocell in Georgia, Moldcell in Moldova, Ucell in Uzbekistan, Tcell in Tajikistan and Starcell in Cambodia.

Together, we challenge the limits of innovation, raise the standards of the telecommunication services and make the mobile market more competitive for the benefit of our customers. We contribute to the development of the country’s economy and infrastructure, building best-in-class networks and bringing people in the remotest areas of Nepal within the reach of communication.
About Ncell,February 03,2011