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Syntel employee wins Microsoft MVP Award

By : CIOL Bureau

Shivani Maheshwari, a Syntel Senior Analyst has won the Most Valuable Professional title from Microsoft for her contribution in .NET.

Certive ties up with Infotech Enterprises

By : CIOL Bureau

As per the deal, Infotech will facilitate the expansion of Certive’s engineering and services departments by creating an offshore Center of Excellence in Bangalore.

AMD, Fujitsu form JV to fight Intel

By : CIOL Bureau

The new company would build flash memory chips for mobiles and PCs, and thus give Intel a run for its money.

AOL unveils new high-speed service

By : CIOL Bureau

The effort comes as the embattled division of AOL Time Warner Inc. works to prove its worth to its critics

TCS, Canoo ink pact

By : CIOL Bureau

The partnership will provide the Canoo’s Ultra Light Client customer base with access to TCS’ technology and domain expertise.

Gujarat allots Rs 60 lakh for new software lab

By : CIOL Bureau

This software training and testing lab would not only serve to the development of IT in the state but would also help as a booster in developing the IT skill in neighboring states.

Korea-most favored by fund managers

By : CIOL Bureau

Analysts say Korea has one of the largest weightings in regional benchmark indices and many fund managers maintain some of their biggest positions in the region in South Korea, despite its underperformance in the past few months.

Global chip sales drop by 3.3%

By : CIOL Bureau

Global chip sales fell 3.3 % in February from January to $11.84 billion, extending a seasonal decline that had started in December last year.

Cellnext’s new apps for service providers

By : CIOL Bureau

The newly launched applications include missed call capture application -AlertMe, roaming service management – Roam ME and inter-carrier messaging – Global ME.

BSNL plans VoIP broadband services in Pune

By : CIOL Bureau

This network would also allow customers to make STD calls to five cities – Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkota, Ahmedabad and Bangalore, using a prepaid card.

Competition heats up in the chip market

By : CIOL Bureau

Makers of semiconductors are racing to offer products made with the new 90 nanometer process technology to take advantage of cost advantages that can come from putting more transistors.

Industry heads applaud Exim policy

By : CIOL Bureau

Various leaders from the industry have appreciated the fact that the policy has given due attention to IT and Telecom.

Centre funds Kerala’s telemedicine project

By : CIOL Bureau

Of the total project cost of Rs 2.5 crore, Rs 2 crore is the contribution of the Union Government

India helps Afghanistan in war recovery

By : CIOL Bureau

It would provide help to Afghanistan with infratructure in areas such as basic telecom, transport and army.

Iraq war can hurt Indian IT : Soota

By : CIOL Bureau

Expressing concern over the ongoing Iraq war, Ashok Soota, CII president, warned that an extension of this conflict would impact the order bookings of the software industry hurting the IT industry in India very badly.

Motorola workers quarantined in Singapore

By : CIOL Bureau

Motorola has pulled out 531 production staff from its factory floor and sent them for quarantine soon after it learnt about a worker in Singapore who was infected with the deadly pneumonia virus.

OrbiTech to be merged with Polaris

By : CIOL Bureau

The merger got the Mumbai high court approval just a month after the Madras court okayed the scheme.

Microsoft gears up for server software launch

By : CIOL Bureau

Microsoft is turning its attention to corporate software as it lays the groundwork for its .NET strategy, which aims to deliver software and services over the Internet.

AOL to launch Mystro TV service

By : CIOL Bureau

AOL Time Warner is readying a new service that would allow subscribers to skip through TV programming without installing new hardware.

Intel to launch ‘Build your own Laptop’

By : CIOL Bureau

Tries to do an encore of its earlier ‘build your PC initiative. Maintains that this move would promote the laptop penetration in the country, as it foresees a boom in its recently launched Centrino technology.