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World’s first 100 Gbps research network connected

BENGALURU, INDIA: The Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC) has deployed the world’s first 100-Gigabit per second (Gbps) Research and Education (R&E) network link between Asia and the United States, as a part of Pacific Wave. Pacific Wave,

`Forever Young’ Greenply modernizes data center

MUMBAI, INDIA: Greenply Industries (GIL), one of India’s largest interior infrastructure company with a turnover of Rs 1,560 crore, has modernized its data center. For this, it has migrated its applications from CA Technologies to CommVault. The process: It has

How did the American Cancer Society trim its CRM budget?

MUMBAI, INDIA: Technology has enabled the American Cancer Society time its CRM maintenance budget. With 2.5 million volunteers and about 6,000 staff members in the US, the society is the world’s largest voluntary health organization and one of the most

Tele-medicine via rural cellular small cells

Urban macro network solutions have been specifically engineered and designed to solve urban connectivity problems. They cannot be simply transposed into rural environments because the high costs heavily outweigh the return. In CAPEX terms alone, the total site costs for

Rajasthan Technical University to get EMC support for skill development

NEW DELHI, INDIA: EMC Corporation has partnered with Rajasthan Technical University (RTU), Kota to support the faculty and students in enhancing their skills in the areas of cloud computing, information storage and data analytics. With this association, the company expects

How do tax war rooms operate?

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MUMBAI, INDIA: Intuit develops financial and tax preparation software and related services for small businesses, accountants, and individuals. Although it is best known for the TurboTax, Quicken, and QuickBooks product lines, the company actually has 170 business units and 800

How Paaduks is changing the lives of cobblers in this eastern suburb of Mumbai?

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MUMBAI, INDIA: The tiny tots in Thakar Bapa Colony, Kurla, an eastern suburb of Mumbai, would have blindly followed their dynasty. They would have grown old making unique shoes from old used tyres, little realizing they had a right to

How the Nanded police reduced crime by using technology

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MUMBAI, INDIA: Nanded, a small city which lies 600 kilometers east of Mumbai, has historic significance. It houses the second biggest gurudwara (after the Golden Temple in Amritsar), and hosts about five to six lakh religious tourists, at least four

Business-grade mobile devices fuel enterprise mobility

There’s a need for business-grade mobility- complete solutions and devices that aren’t just repurposed, but purpose-designed mobile devices and solution for business innovation that leverage the power of Cloud-based technologies To know more click here.

Juniper consolidates networking infrastructure for XIM

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The Xavier Institute of Management (XIM)—the fourth largest business schools in east India is upgrading its networking infrastructure to support its growth plans. Background: The institute shares a 10 kilometer fiber optic networking infrastructure with six other campuses spread across

Five key steps to delivering an agile I&O culture

SINGAPORE: Infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders planning a bimodal IT strategy will miss out on the benefits of DevOps support for agile practices unless they transform their I&O culture, according to Gartner, Inc. Gartner said that the implementation of a

How NetApp helped Shiv Nadar University reduce storage space?

MUMBAI, INDIA: The Shiv Nadar University (SNU), an international, multi-disciplinary research-focused university was scouting virtualization solutions to improve performance and ease its operations. It selected NetApp’s FAS storage solution which optimized memory and I/O bandwidth for better performance while providing

Cricket Club of India saves software licensing cost with Enjay

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MUMBAI, INDIA: The Cricket Club of India (CCI), established in 1933, and one of the premier cricket clubs in the country was looking at PC refresh. The background: In a bid to meet the compliance and regulation rules, the IT

Asian Paints integrates financial transactions with Citi

MUMBAI, INDIA: Asian Paints has integrated its financial transactions with Citi through SAP Financial Services Network (SFSN), an integration platform. With SFSN, Asian Paints now has a comprehensive and secure connection with Citi that standardizes financial processes and improves visibility

Document Digitization: First Step to Improve Ops Efficiency

Successes in every business means reducing costs and improving operational efficiencies. To achieve these goals, organizations are increasingly turning to document digitization solutions, enabling them to move from paper-based systems to a fully digital environment. To know more click here.

Compuware announces completion of spin-off of Covisint

DETROIT, US: Compuware Corporation (“Compuware”), the technology performance company, today announced that it has completed its previously announced distribution of all of its 31,384,920 shares of Covisint Corporation (“Covisint”) Common stock as a pro rata dividend on shares of Compuware

Android app training soars in popularity in India

CHENNAI, INDIA:, India’s leading platform for ‘local service need fulfilment, today shared the results of a study undertaken on online search trends for “Computer training” courses in India. This study analyzed of 2,737,349 user needs on’s from Tier

Smart Air Purifier launched in China

HANGZHOU, CHINA: Royal Philips and Alibaba Group  have that both companies have entered into a framework agreement for IT-infrastructure services in China. Through its Alibaba Cloud Computing (AliCloud) division, Alibaba Group will support Philips with cloud computing services to store

Airtel and Samsung launch India’s first Integrated Digital TV

BANGALORE, INDIA: Airtel digital TV, the Direct-To-Home (DTH) service from Bharti Airtel, today announced its partnership with Samsung to launch India’s very first Integrated Digital TV (iDTV). As part of this innovation – Samsung’s range of SmartDirect TVs will come

The Ruby on Rails revolution

PUNE, INDIA: With the plethora of languages on offer to programmers to build innovative software solutions, a relative new kid on the block, has quietly carved out an impressive niche for itself. The past decade has seen the popularity; adoption