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Xerox breaks the bandwidth barrier

By : CIOL Bureau

This path breaking technology breaks the bandwidth barrier by integrating an Optical MEMS (Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems) photonic switch with planar light circuits on a single silicon chip small enough to fit on a fingertip.

U.S soldier “bloggers” report from war zone

By : CIOL Bureau

Web logs or diary accounts published online, have gone mainstream, making it possible for even soldiers to transmit daily updates to websites about the rigors of battle.

Wi-Fi products still vulnerable to hacking: RSA

By : CIOL Bureau

Businesses are continuing to invite cyber attack from hackers by failing to secure their wireless computer networks, even following the widespread debate around wireless security in 2002.

Aksh Broadband to expand Gramdoot

By : CIOL Bureau

The MoU signed between the Government and Aksh Broadband Ltd envisages an investment of Rs 135 crore by Aksh Broadband for the development of basic infrastructure in IT.

MobileFirst alliance: sign of co-opetition

By : CIOL Bureau

This BPL-Escotel-RPG-Spice alliance would offer enhanced value across tariffs, roaming, long distance calling and new generation technology and services to its three million subscribers across 700 towns in the country.

Microsoft India inks MoU with Chandigarh

By : CIOL Bureau

The MoU with the Chandigarh Administration is aimed towards jointly developing and deploying technology solutions in the city.

Online rail reservation sans creditcards!

By : CIOL Bureau

Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Ltd (IRCTC) may join hands with new generation banks to enable passengers without credit cards to book railway tickets online.

Orange, BPL tie up with KIPL for MMS ads

By : CIOL Bureau

Orange has already launched similar MMS video advertising campaigns in Australia and UK.

IBM plans next gen of Nvidia graphic chip

By : CIOL Bureau

It would make a new graphics chip for Nvidia Corp., winning business that otherwise would have gone to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.

Wipro, Artesia tie up on DAM solutions

By : CIOL Bureau

The alliance would help Wipro to offer its better Digital Asset Management (DAM) and workflow solutions to global customers to leverage their rich-media content.

TCS, Jardine ink pact

By : CIOL Bureau

Through the tie-up, TCS will gain access to Jardine OneSolution’s clientele in these regions, while the latter will be able to enhance its bouquet of services.

Invensys makes India a manufacturing hub for Asia

By : CIOL Bureau

With this move, it expects a growth of 125 percent and aims to capture a significant market share during the next financial year.

Women power coming of age, courtesy ITES

By : CIOL Bureau

Women typically represent the traditional face of a support center. They are also perceived to be temperamentally more suited to jobs that require patience and involve customer service.

D-Link to ride on the CAS wave

By : CIOL Bureau

With the Cable Television Network Amendment Bill 2002, the conditional access system (CAS) is all set to become a reality in the four metros in the country by July this year. D-Link (India) is hoping to cash in on this opportunity by getting into contract manufacturing for CAS devices.

Techs lead Indian shares up on Wall Street rebound

By : CIOL Bureau

Indian shares opened higher on Wednesday, as overnight gains on the Nasdaq lured investors to local technology stocks after two straight days of losses.

Oracle piggybacks on Java to counter Microsoft

By : CIOL Bureau

Are companies like Oracle deciding where Java is heading? Oracle touts the JDeveloper as the alternative to VisualStudio .NET. The company hopes to cling on to its seemingly shaky numero uno position with its J2EE application development tools.

New Hotmail strategy to deter spam

By : CIOL Bureau

Microsoft Corp. has cracked down on e-mail spam by limiting the number of e-mails users can send from its free MSN Hotmail account.

Cisco’s lawsuit- a ploy to keep Huawei out of US

By : CIOL Bureau

Huawei Technologies told a court that Cisco’s lawsuit against it for allegedly illegal use of Cisco technology will in effect bar the rival Chinese company from the U.S. market. Huawei has also accused Cisco of seeking to keep a competitor out of the U.S. market and said it would seek damages.

Cyber cafes in Kerala go on strike against TRAI

By : CIOL Bureau

They are protesting against the imposition of 8 % service tax and new telecom rates announced by the TRAI.

TransWorks to open Bangalore centre

By : CIOL Bureau

Having almost 15 clients mainly from the financial services and insurance sectors, the company is planning a third call centre in Bangalore.