Posts From CIOL Bureau

‘$38 b required to achieve teledensity of 7 per 100 by 2005’

By : CIOL Bureau

The government’s target of achieving a tele-density of seven per 100 by 2005 would involve an investment of $38 billion, Minister for Communications Ram Vilas Paswan has said.

Dell clocks a net of $483 million in Q3

By : CIOL Bureau

Dell Computer Corporation clocked a net profit of $483 million in the third quarter ended October 1999.

IBM India launches Web-based initiative for customers

By : CIOL Bureau

IBM has created a new channel to conduct business through the Web with its customers. The company has set up an extranet Web site dedicated to each customer.

Siemens in the black

By : CIOL Bureau

Siemens Ltd. has reported a net profit of Rs 35.12 crore for the year ended September 30, 1999 as against a loss of Rs 56.02 crore in the previous year.

COAI asks HC to decide on TRAI tariff

By : CIOL Bureau

The COAI has asked the Delhi High Court to intervene in pending petitions challenging the new tariff order for cellular services announced by the TRAI.

Goldstone Engineering acquires software companies

By : CIOL Bureau

Hyderabad-based Goldstone Engineering will be acquiring two US-based software companies – Prime Soft Group and Fortech Software Inc.

Planetasia.com unveils new strategy

By : CIOL Bureau

Planetasia.com Ltd. has unveiled its next generation strategy as e-Transformation Technologists.

Novell releases NetWare 5.1 for e-business

By : CIOL Bureau

Novell, Inc. has released the public beta version of NetWare 5.1, the next version of the company’s flagship, directory-based server operating system.

Tektronix announces time analysis features for MPEG test systems

By : CIOL Bureau

Tektronix has announced a real and deferred time analysis capabilities for its multi-function, multi-standard MTS200 Series MPEG Test systems.

Teklogix opens Indian subsidiary

By : CIOL Bureau

Canada-based Teklogix Inc, a real-time data collection and communication solutions provider, has launched its wholly-owned subsidiary in India.

HCL Tech offers share options to US clients

By : CIOL Bureau

HCL Technologies has granted share options to two of its US-based clients, GTECH and KLA TENCOR, which will result in a equity dilution of 3.5 per cent over a five-year period.

HP to host Intelisys web portal solution

By : CIOL Bureau

Hewlett Packard will host Intelisys Electronic Commerce’s Web portal solution, which enables customers to create scaleable, online business-to-business trading communities.

HECL to use VSNL’s Internet infrastructure

By : CIOL Bureau

VSNL and Hughes Escorts Communication Ltd. have signed an agreement that would enable HECL to use VSNL’s Internet infrastructure.

Madurai Telecom launches “Internet For All”

By : CIOL Bureau

The Department of Telecommunications’ Madurai Telecom has launched an Internet for All service to local subscribers.

Sun launches dot-com support programme

By : CIOL Bureau

Sun Microsystems this week launched a new “Start-up Essentials” programme for Internet start-up companies.

Compaq mimics Apple with iPaq

By : CIOL Bureau

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Bill Gates says he would like to settle

By : CIOL Bureau

As the U.S. Justice Department stepped up efforts to have severe penalties imposed upon Microsoft following its decisive court victory, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates said he wanted to work out a settlement.

U.S. congress backs e-signature law

By : CIOL Bureau

The US House of Representatives has said that business contracts transmitted over the Internet with digital signatures are as legally binding as printed contracts with hand-written signatures.

Intel will not stock up for Y2K

By : CIOL Bureau

Intel has said that it will not increase its stock of products to be prepared for the aftermath of the Y2K bug.

TCIL ties up with JMS to provide Internet services

By : CIOL Bureau

Telecommunications Consultants India Ltd. (TCIL) has tied up with US-based JMS Worldwide for providing Internet services covering the entire country.