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Philips launches monitor range

By : CIOL Bureau

The consumer electronics and PC peripherals division of Philips, has unveiled a range of monitors, speech recognition software – FreeSpeech 2000 and its related hardware peripherals.

Novell creates file services for Net

By : CIOL Bureau

Novell Inc. has announced the availability of hosted file services on the Internet that provide integrated file services with caching on the Internet.

Techweb to build construction industry portal in Malaysia

By : CIOL Bureau

Techweb Technologies has tied up with Beam Consulting Sdn Bhd of Malaysia to build malaysiabuilder.com, a portal for the building and construction industry in Malaysia.

Peoplesoft to set up development center in India

By : CIOL Bureau

Peoplesoft is planning to set up a development center in India. The center is e expected to come up in Bangalore with the company investing $3-4 million. During the first year, Peoplesoft will hire 40 professionals for the center.

Compaq launches Net access devices

By : CIOL Bureau

Compaq India has launched a range of Internet access devices including the iPAQ Desktop, iPAQ PocketPC, thin clients and wireless Lan solutions.

Mantra Online to offer Unimobile’s mobile Net services

By : CIOL Bureau

Mantra Online has tied up with Unimobile.com Inc. to offer mobile Internet services using the latter’s Internet mobile product.

Aditi hives off Talisma

By : CIOL Bureau

Aditi Technologies has announced a restructuring of its e-business solutions division through the creation of a newly formed e-CRM solutions company, Talisma Corporation Pvt. Ltd.

Intel picks up 49% stake in Hinduja Finance

By : CIOL Bureau

Intel Capital a venture capital arm of Intel Corporation, has picked up a 49 per cent stake in Grant Investrade a Hinduja Finance subsidiary for $49 million.

Dharma to deliver choice in legacy integration

By : CIOL Bureau

Dharma Systems, a provider of e-business solutions that create online value from offline assets, has announced that it would deliver a choice in backend legacy integration to e-business customers of Pramati Technologies.

Cognizant posts revenue of $27m in Q1

By : CIOL Bureau

Revenue for the first quarter of 2000 increased 33 percent to $27.1 million, from $20.4 million in the first quarter of 1999.

MantraNet to set up Indian subsidiary

By : CIOL Bureau

US-based MantraNet, which is into Internet applications, data networking, and broadband networks is starting its subsidiary in India by the name Mantra Broadband Pvt. Ltd.

Wipro posts 28% growth; IT business show 39% rise

By : CIOL Bureau

Wipro Ltd. has recorded total turnover of Rs 2.312.90 crore for the year ended March 2000, up by 28% compared to the previous fiscal year.

PaisaPower.com launched

By : CIOL Bureau

Chennai-based PaisaPower.com has launched its personal finance Web site to facilitate delivery of financial services to the Indian consumers.

Microsoft sets up first technology lab in India

By : CIOL Bureau

Microsoft has set up a laboratory for SQL Server 2000 in Chennai.

Philips Semiconductors to market SAS ADSL solution

By : CIOL Bureau

Philips Semiconductors, an affiliate of Royal Philips Electronics, has tied up with Silicon Automation Systems Limited to co-market the asymmetric digital subscriber line solutions developed by the latter.

“Convergence is simple, IT is communications.”

By : CIOL Bureau

Minister of IT Pramod Mahajan has been saying that the IT ministry is about a red carpet and not red tapism. It was he who mooted the idea of a single ministry for IT, telecom and broadcasting. Mr Mahajan speaks on these issues in an interview.

Xerox loses $243m

By : CIOL Bureau

A massive restructuring program caused Xerox to suffer a $243 million net loss in the first quarter.

Fairchild has record quarter

By : CIOL Bureau

Silicon Valley’s original chipmaker, now re-located in the East-Coast state of Maine, announced that its sales skyrocketed to $401.7 million in the first quarter.

Ellison closes in on Gates

By : CIOL Bureau

“Who is the richest of ‘m all?” Microsoft’s Bill Gates or Oracle’s Larry Ellison. This week, it is still Gates, by all accounts

WTO investigates Korea’s DRAM complaint

By : CIOL Bureau

The WTO is looking into charges made by Korean chipmakers that the U.S. government is refusing to lift the sanctions.