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Juniper gets networking deal from BSNL

By : CIOL Bureau

In a strategic deal, Juniper Networks will set up the M-series routers for BSNL across four metro cities. Juniper would also consolidate the existing ATM and Frame Relay services over IP/MPLS network to reduce operational costs.

iOmega launches NAS servers in India

By : CIOL Bureau

IOmega has launched its range of NAS servers that are designed for growing needs of small and medium sized business and enterprise workgroups.

MPs learn more about IT

By : CIOL Bureau

The World Computer Literacy Day has invoked a positive response from all quarters in the country,with many political leaders and academicians coming forward to promote computer literacy. The highlight, however was the NIIT Swift Jyoti session that was attended by the Prime Minister and other MPs.

HYSEA to focus on quality and products

By : CIOL Bureau

The Hyderabad Software Exporters Association (HYSEA) has said that it would concentrate on quality and products. The group has also undertaken specific initiatives in facilitating further growth of the IT in Hyderabad.

HP launches Unix servers in India

By : CIOL Bureau

The new HP Unix servers are designed for departmental and data center environments to deliver a combination of enterprise-class performance, availability and manageability with reduced start-up costs.

Wind River launches embedded platforms

By : CIOL Bureau

The Wind River Platforms are a new subscription-based licensing model that caters to a wide range of enterprises. They include highly integrated technology tuned for each market, allowing customers to improve development efficiencies, accelerate time to market and enhance product reliability.

Software exports to soar in 2003-04

By : CIOL Bureau

Indian software and allied exports will soar in the next two years riding high on the possible rebound in the US economy next year. Meanwhile, software exports recorded a growth of 29% y-o-y rising to $7.5 billion in March 2002.

Eastern India prepares ground for IT

By : CIOL Bureau

Encouraged by the legendary success of IT in the southern part of the country, the eastern states are now taking strides to gain the status of popular IT destinations.

Tata Power Broadband forays into VPN

By : CIOL Bureau

Tata Power Broadband has announced that it would launch VPN services that are based on the multi-protocol label switching.

PCs will invade the living room

By : CIOL Bureau

After more than two decades of taking up space in home offices and bedrooms, personal computers are finally migrating into new territory: the living room.

Oracle to add 1,500 jobs in India by Dec’03

By : CIOL Bureau

Oracle India has announced that it would hire 1,500 employees by December next year. The company has already started the recruiting process and is taking in 100 new workers a month.

MAPICS selects BWIR to enter APAC markets

By : CIOL Bureau

Enterprise applications company, MAPICS, has chosen Barry-Wehmiller International Resources to sell its ERP and SCM solutions in the Asia Pacific market.

Logica powers Sri Lanka’s Central Bank

By : CIOL Bureau

Logica has bagged a $ 9m deal from the Central Bank in Sri Lanka. As per the deal, Logica would implement two of its solutions, Real Time Gross Settlement System and the Script-less Securities Settlement System for the bank.

Killer apps: key to sustenance for India

By : CIOL Bureau

Despite mass apprehension and various concerns raised about the future of wireless and related technologies, analysts maintain that this technology will take off in the near future. In the wake of this, India should focus on developing killer applications for domain specific requirements. This feature explains why India can be seen more as a provider rather than a consumer for wireless applications.

J-Phone tests waters for 3G phones

By : CIOL Bureau

Amid much apprehension, Japan’s J-Corp has launched its commercial 3G mobile telephone service this month. Although J-Phone is a the last major Japanese mobile carrier to offer 3G services, the launch marks the first commercial 3G operation by any member of the Vodafone group

Goa woos IT industry, launches agenda

By : CIOL Bureau

The Goa Agenda – IT for Society is an attempt to showcase Goa as a potential IT destination. In a move to encourage young students, Chief Minister of Goa announced the Cyber Age Students Scheme

Epson launches printer for SOHO segment

By : CIOL Bureau

Epson’s newly launched EPL 5900L, specially designed for the small office and the home segment aims to decrease the total cost of ownership considerably.