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Agilent starts chip design in India

By : CIOL Bureau

Sets up design center for Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) design, targeting the Networking, Computing, Imaging and Storage application players.

SSI launches Forte2Java IDE 2.0

By : CIOL Bureau

This version has features to manage the conversion of large Forte applications from within an IDE.

Make THE Game! Be THE Star!

By : CIOL Bureau

Sony Ericsson has announced "Game Developers Challenge 2004," a contest for game developers to create cool Java based games, using MIDP 2.0.

Mobiles to act as TV remote controls

By : CIOL Bureau

A new software from Opera, would allow clients to look up television schedules on a mobile phone and then record it onto a video recorder, no matter how far.

Intel to shell out $225 m for patent suit

By : CIOL Bureau

The company has agreed to pay to Intergraph, settlement charges to conclude the six-year-old dispute with regard to its Itanium chips.

New platform for mobile devices

By : CIOL Bureau

TI’s third generation 802.11 solution for mobile devices promises to offer size, power and price benefits.

Baseball pepped up with WiFi

By : CIOL Bureau

Wireless networking in San Francisco’s Giant’s stadium enables fans can get more information and statistics, while watching the game.

Western Digital to focus on Indian clients

By : CIOL Bureau

Announces plans to open service centers in India to provide its product replacement service locally, through authorized service centers.

SW giants partner for Vijaya Bank

By : CIOL Bureau

Infosys and Wipro join hands to implement core banking solution Finacle across the bank’s 350 branches, a Rs 90 crore project, slated to be completed in 2 years.

Indian to head European telecom giant

By : CIOL Bureau

An Indian-born American national, Sanjiv Ahuja, COO, Orange will take over the CEO baton from Trujillo, who ends a short, unhappy tenure.

Access point with redundancy and load-balancing features

By : CIOL Bureau

DWL-1000AP+ from D-Link is a multi-functional access point. Besides, an access point it can work as a wireless repeater to increase the range of your wireless network. It can also act as a wireless bridge between two different wireless networks as well as act as a multi-point wireless bridge among more than two different wireless networks.

FPGA synthesis soln from Synopsis

By : CIOL Bureau

Incorporating the Adaptive Optimization(TM) technology, the tool can provide designers with an industry standard ASIC-strength soln.

Neilsoft sets up engg. center in Pune

By : CIOL Bureau

Has added a capacity of 120 seats to meet the increased demand for its construction related engineering services and signed contracts with potential revenues of $3 million.

Red Hats for young talent!

By : CIOL Bureau

The Open Source Challenge Program from Red Hat India, aims to encourage young talent in engineering colleges across India.

Massachusetts tops US tech index

By : CIOL Bureau

Researchers contend that, the more a state invests in technology and develops technology businesses, the better for its citizens.

VSNL in SEA-ME-WE 4 cable project

By : CIOL Bureau

This cable system is the fourth in the series of the Sea-Me-We cable systems, and its construction is expected to be completed over a period of 16 months.

Motorola hones broadband with new buy

By : CIOL Bureau

Says the acquisition of Quantum Bridge Communications Inc. will aid in offering products to high-speed Internet network operators to deliver advanced services.

Canon plans $189 m copier plant

By : CIOL Bureau

Said that the plant will concentrate on the production of colour copiers and other products that retail between 1.5 million and 5.0 million yen.

24/7 Customer allots $15 m for India

By : CIOL Bureau

Has set up a 1000-seat facility in Bangalore with an investment of $6 million, with another 6000-seat campus to be operational by the year-end.

Offshoring boosts US employment

By : CIOL Bureau

A study predicted 317,000 extra U.S. jobs will be created by 2008 due to offshore outsourcing, contradicting the backlash.