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Talisma acquires KnowledgeBase.net

By : CIOL Bureau

Plans to strengthen its CRM and CIM offerings by incorporating KnowledgeBase’s technology and intellectual property.

Ramadorai Nasscom’s new chairman

By : CIOL Bureau

He replaces Jerry Roa of Mphasis; Ramalinga Raju of Satyam appointed vice-chairman.

Another phone from LG

By : CIOL Bureau

The phone features USB Disk with 60 MB USB memory, MP3 playback and ringtones and is priced at Rs 7,995.

Infotech opens Singapore office

By : CIOL Bureau

While this office will help Infotech service its existing clientele, it will also help augment business development in Singapore and adjoining countries .

Intoto opens second SDC in India

By : CIOL Bureau

The company has earmarked an investment of $15 million over a period of five years to expand each of its centers in Hyderabad and Chennai.

Juniper to acquire Kagoor Networks

By : CIOL Bureau

Juniper will leverage the acquisition to establish an Israeli R&D center, which will tap into the strong engineering talent pool in Israel.

Too early to consider HP’s breakup, says Hurd

By : CIOL Bureau

The CEO designate, who starts on April 1, also says that he has not decided on whether he would hire a strong second in command or whether job cuts were in order.

Bay View revamps legacy; expects 50% cost savings

By : CIOL Bureau

SuperSolutions’ Daybreak Lending Suite to provide Bay View with an anticipated savings of up to 50%, with a projected payback in less than two years.

Chinese company taps Indian R&D

By : CIOL Bureau

ZTE will set up a factory and R&D unit; the facility will be used to manufacture CDMA, GSM, DSL, and NGN equipment, as well as handsets.

Airtel goes East

By : CIOL Bureau

With the launch of services in Assam and North East, Airtel is now present in all the 23-telecom circles.

IIHT to go international

By : CIOL Bureau

Plans to open its first overseas center in China even as it plans to expand in India to 500 centers by 2007 from the current 140.

A New Era for Java Protocol Handlers

By : CIOL Bureau

Understanding the java.net.URL architecture and how different java.net package objects interact to resolve URLs into resource streams.

Open standards initiative from IBM

By : CIOL Bureau

This academic project would involve around 300 educational institutions and students would be able to better themselves on open standards based technologies like Linux, Java or XML.

Software testing-boredom to boom

By : CIOL Bureau

Software glitches are estimated to cost nearly $60 billion a year in the United States alone and several companies are willing to spend a lot to avoid them.

Xerox goes desi

By : CIOL Bureau

A change in name is expected to strengthen Xerox brand awareness and further identify the company with Xerox’s expanded portfolio.

CA acquires eTrust Cleanup solution

By : CIOL Bureau

This identity and access management solution, acquired from InfoSec, identifies and removes obsolete, unused and rogue user IDs and access rights.

BITS Pilani partners industry to set up semiconductor lab

By : CIOL Bureau

The center, to be formed along with Rochester Institute of Technology, will focus on high-end research in areas like analog and RF design as well as offer basic and advanced courses.

Govt allots Rs 3334 cr for converged services

By : CIOL Bureau

CCEA approves proposal to establish State Wide Area Networks (SWAN) to enable seamless delivery of G2G and G2C converged services-voice, data and video in the country.

Women can now ‘officially’ work in night shifts

By : CIOL Bureau

With the cabinet deciding to amend the Factories Act, 1948, women can now work between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. shifts.

Samsung launches new color phones

By : CIOL Bureau

Samsung expects 80 percent of its handset sales this year to come from the color phone segment.