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NetVision signs contract worth Rs 16.6 cr

By : CIOL Bureau

The company will supply 200 faculties for computer software education and software development to a Chinese school.

Win $1000 for a processor design!

By : CIOL Bureau

The designs submitted in this contest should be implemented using the Nios or Nios II embedded processor on Altera FPGAs.

‘Spirit’ed Animation

By : CIOL Bureau

Spirit’s facility offers complete film, video and digital dailies and post-production services to film makers.

TIBCO to scale up Indian operations

By : CIOL Bureau

The company is planning to grow its Pune center to cater to TIBCO’s global requirements as it believes that the center will be a key driver in developing future products.

Cypress to roll out next gen chips in ’06

By : CIOL Bureau

Company officials says that 90% of the work for these chips will be done out of India, with only a small bit being done in the US.

Infosys says no debt plan on cards

By : CIOL Bureau

The company’s CFO says that the international credit rating was sought because it was "a good thing to do".

MS launches security update for Windows Server 2003

By : CIOL Bureau

Windows Server 2003 SP 1 is designed to effectively reduce the attack surface of Windows Server 2003, protect system services with stronger default settings and reduce server privileges.

K’taka CM to kickstart BangaloreOne centers

By : CIOL Bureau

Around 27 services will be offered to start with including payment of bills, booking railway tickets and submitting passport forms.

MindTree achieves $55 m revenue

By : CIOL Bureau

The US geography continued to be the biggest market in FY 2004-2005; Europe made strong gains, where its revenue grew by 120 percent.

Up goes Gmail

By : CIOL Bureau

Google ups its free email storage limit to 2 gigabytes from the original 1 gigabyte, after Yahoo matched the offer.

Sasken to go public

By : CIOL Bureau

The company, which has the venture arm of chip maker Intel among its investors, plans to have an IPO during this fiscal.

TRAI issues show cause notice to Bharti

By : CIOL Bureau

Bharti has been served the notice for continuing to provide subscriber local dialing services, despite the government’s instructions to stop it.

Dishnet to invest $57 million in wireless network

By : CIOL Bureau

The company will use high-range Wi-Max base stations and link them to smaller range Wi-Fi hotspots and over the next 18 months, they will build 6000 hotspots.

TCS to acquire space in Bhubaneswar

By : CIOL Bureau

TCS had signed an MoU in November last year for establishment of its center with the state government.

eBay India to boost entrepreneurship in India

By : CIOL Bureau

The company expects women entrepreneurs to constitute around 35 percent to 40 percent of the seller community of eBay in a couple of years.

Cricket stadium goes wireless

By : CIOL Bureau

D-Link India has wirelessly networked the entire media center of Jawaharlal Nehru stadium at Kochi for the first one – day international cricket match of the current series between India and Pakistan.

Call centers still dominate Indian BPO

By : CIOL Bureau

According to a survey by ValueNotes, KPO will emerge as the new sunrise sector with revenues expected to reach $17 billion by 2010.

Small is big in future technology

By : CIOL Bureau

By taking advantage of low-cost computers, freely shared software and high-speed Web connections, the next wave of innovations may not come from any venture-capital funded skunkworks or big business research lab.

Money is shifting outside the US — Intel

By : CIOL Bureau

The United States faces a losing battle for new semiconductor factories if it does not compete against other countries with tax incentives says Paul Otellini, who will become Intel’s CEO in May.

Red Hat moves up on corporate subscriptions

By : CIOL Bureau

The Linux vendor has reported a doubling of quarterly profit from $4.8 million a year ago to $11.8 million in its fiscal fourth quarter ended February 28.