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EDS -Mphasis deal, EDS Mphasis news, EDS stake in Mphasis

By : CIOL Bureau

The company to pay $380 million for 52 per cent stake

EDS to buy majority stake in MphasiS

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The company to pay $380 million for 52 per cent stake

Cellular operators’ future depends on quick policy changes: COAI

By : CIOL Bureau

Every single cellular operator in the country is making losses and their tariffs are already the cheapest in the world. Despite this, the onslaught of Reliance Infocomm’s WLL services and related tariff has forced them to take deep cuts on long distance cellular-to-cellular tariff. With COAI now confirming that more sops are round the corner, the very survival of GSM operators rests with the government making some immediate policy moves.

New appreciation for old computers

By : CIOL Bureau

There are many geeks and computer collectors across the world who actually treasure old computers as historical artifacts. These people collect obsolete computers simply out of nostalgia or just because they work in a technical field and like to tinker with the old systems.

ICT market in APAC to grow by 11% in 2003

By : CIOL Bureau

IDC has released its top 10 predictions for the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) market in the APAC region for 2003. The research firm expects a gradual recovery in the ICT market in APAC region.

AppLabs, InnaPhase tie up on lab info solutions

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US-based companies, AppLabs and InnaPhase Corp have come together in a tech solution distribution deal, where the former gets the right to sell and distribute lab-information technology solutions to the life sciences industry in India.

Society set up for protection of IT generated wealth

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Conceived as an organisation to protect the wealth created through the advent of information technology, The Society for Electronic Transactions has become operational officially and has moved into new premises in New Delhi.

Microworld goes the retail way

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Targeting the untapped anti-virus market, Microworld, an anti-virus software provider, is all set to market its products at unconventional retail outlets across the country. The company has also decided to reposition its channel structure.

Mobile to mobile STD rate slashed to Rs 2.99/min

By : CIOL Bureau

From midnight today, all STD calls from mobile to mobile would cost only Rs 2.99 per min as against Rs 9 per minute.

Business needs drive the development of new standards

By : CIOL Bureau

As web services move further into the mainstream, business users are starting to make their voices heard on their future directions.This web services tutorial explains how WSXL aids the development of web services that better serve user needs. Through the WSXL component model, developers will be able to adapt Web services on the fly and create new aggregate portals to provide users with the functionality they need, when they need it.

Software Design Patterns – Main Page

By : CIOL Bureau

The design patterns homepage discusses patterns for enterprise applications
and the latest J2EE patterns.

New rivals take aim at Cisco’s networking mkt

By : CIOL Bureau

Just when Cisco’s position in the networking market seemed unshakeable, new rivals and potential market leaders like Dell and Huawei entered the business with low-priced networking gear, driving down prices.

Nucleus bags Bank of the Philippine Islands order

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The Bank of Philippine Islands has chosen Nucleus Software’s FinnOne’s suit of products for its banking services and recovery management requirements.

India, China to trigger server market growth

By : CIOL Bureau

India and China are believed to be the potential drivers that could trigger server market growth. The competitive nature of the server market in this region could be attributed to the MNCs that have been focusing on issues like server consolidation and blade server advantages.