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Open-Silicon launches facility
BANGALORE: Open-Silicon Inc, a fabless ASIC design firm, launched its new facility in Bangalore on Tuesday. Mr Naveed Sherwani, President and CEO, opened the facility, which will allow the company to accelerate its growth plans and R&D for ... More

ANNOUNCEMENTS


MindTree is ARM partner
BANGALORE: ARM said on Tuesday that MindTree Consulting has become its Approved Design Centre (ADC) partner in India. MindTree joins other ADC programme partners which benefit from reduced time to tape-out and can mitigate critical ... More

Infy Q1 results on July 12
BANGALORE: Infosys Technologies will announce the results for the first quarter on July 12. After the results, Mr Nandan M. Nilekani, CEO, President and Managing Director, Mr S. Gopalakrishnan, COO and Deputy Managing Director, and Mr ... More

OUTSOURCING


Gecis to open BPO centre in Romania
GECIS has announced it will locate its next business process outsourcing centre at Bucharest, in Romania as part of its global expansion strategy. This would be the company second such centre in Europe after Hungary, a company release said ... More

TELECOMMUNICATIONS


TRAI plans stringent norms on reporting of cell subscriber base
THE Telecom Regulatory Authority of India proposes to introduce stringent norms for reporting of subscriber figures by cellular companies. The TRAI move, aimed at checking inflated growth numbers, is likely to have an impact on the valuation of ... More

HARDWARE


Computer sales sluggish, says MAIT study
EVEN as India positions itself as a hardware destination for global giants, the news back home is not too encouraging. Falling short of the annual target of 4 million units, the computer sales in the country clocked 3.63 million units in ... More

IBM bets big on Power 5 servers
IBM says it has "aggressive plans to capture the UNIX market" with its flagship product, Power 5-based servers. According to Mr Alok Ohrie, Country manager, STG, IBM India, the Power5's lead in performance compared with the competition, as ... More

Vitesse sets up arm, plans R&D at Hyderabad centre
VITESSE Semiconductor Corporation, a California-based chip designer, has announced the formation of Indian subsidiary and plans research and development work at its Hyderabad centre. The Hyderabad centre was carved out of its recent deal with ... More

SOFTWARE


Pricol in pact with Shafi
PRICOL Technologies Ltd has entered into a strategic tie-up with the Michigan-based Shafi Inc to provide vision guided robotics (VGR) software solutions for a wide range of manufacturing operations. The President and Chief Operations Officer of ... More

Logica CMG tool for IndusInd
BANGALORE: Logica CMG is to implement NetEconomy's ERASE compliance manager, an anti-money laundering (AML) solution, at IndusInd Bank in Mumbai. The solution enables the bank to monitor customer profiles and `suspicious' financial ... More

IT TRAINING


ICFAI B-school, SAS partner for courseware
THE ICFAI Business School (IBS) and SAS, an enterprise software company, have announced new courseware to handle business intelligence and analytical capabilities. Speaking to newspersons after signing a MoU today, the Managing Director and CEO ... More

NIIT among top 20 trainers
NEW DELHI: NIIT has announced its inclusion in Training Outsourcing.com's global listing of top 20 companies in training outsourcing industry for 2005. "We are happy to be acknowledged by TrainingOutsourcing.com in its list of `2005 - ... More

IPR


Now, a patent for tsunami
A PATENT for tsunami? Surprised? Perhaps. But the fact is Lucent Technologies, a leading research-driven US company, has a 1998 patent granted by the US Patent and Trademarks Organisation for its claims on this natural disaster. The patent ... More

MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS


Fidelity ups stake in Satyam
HYDERABAD: Fidelity International Ltd (FIL), a Bermuda-based company and its direct and indirect subsidiaries, and the US-based FMR Corporation and its subsidiaries have together acquired 25 lakh shares aggregating to 0.78 per cent of the ... More

ALLIANCES & JOINT VENTURES


SiNett ties up with SafeNet
BANGALORE: SiNett Corporation, developer of silicon and software for next-generation network infrastructures, has announced a collaboration with SafeNet Inc, a global leader in information security, to create a reference platform for ... More


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