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HP clinic to resolve customer problems
Storage management support for SMEs More

TRAI for more transparency in tariff pricing
In a bid to protect the interests of consumers the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has asked operators to be more transparent in tariff offering and improve customer interface. TRAI said that despite repeated directions to the service ... More

NSE feeds on mobile
Live Market Watch Solutions, a Bangalore-based company, has announced the launch of a software product, which enables mobile users to receive "live" feed from NSE. The product is first of its kind in India, Mr Ganesh Yala, Founder and CEO, ... More

Squeeze on spectrum for radio trunking
The Department of Telecom has put a squeeze on the spectrum allocated to public mobile radio trunking services (PMRTS) providers. While at present PMRTS operators get 1 Mhz automatically when taking a licence, the new DoT norm makes radio ... More

K. Raheja Corp to develop another IT park
K. Raheja Corp, a developer of reality and custom-built IT parks, has come up with another major IT park proposal near Hyderabad. The Andhra Pradeh Chief Minister, Dr Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, will lay the foundation stone for the park at Pocharam, ... More

Govt keen to get Coimbatore IT park project going
The Government is interested in getting the IT park off the ground, the District Collector, Mr Neeraj Mittal, said here today. Mr Mittal, on his second day of assuming office visited the proposed site at the Coimbatore Medical College Campus to ... More

E-learning software
The Singapore-based education consultancy firm, Perform@ International, today launched Fast ForWord, a software-based product to build "brain capacity". Engineered by the US-based research firm, Scientific Learning Corp, the product will be ... More

Satyam to open centre in Guangzhou
IT services provider, Satyam Computer Services Ltd, which currently operates out of Shanghai and Dalian in China, is on course to commencing operations from Guangzhou. The company's Greater China operations have emerged as a near shore option ... More

`US insurers adopting new approaches'
Infosys Technologies Ltd has said that a comprehensive study on underwriting in the $222 billion commercial lines insurance industry had revealed that US-based Property and Casualty (P and C) insurers are taking new approaches to risk assessment ... More

Tea e-auctions: NSE.IT report on software soon
Revokes implementation partners' bank guarantee More

Servion Global to partner with Envox
Envox Worldwide, the US-based provider of voice solutions, has added Servion Global Solutions, a Chennai-based provider of customer interaction management solutions, as a global solutions partner. Under the terms of the ... More

BladeLogic opens R&D facility in Pune
Modules for data automation software More

Goldstone Tele bags orders
Goldstone Teleservices Ltd, has announcedthat the company has received orders for supply of polymer insulators from Indian Railways and Electricity Boards and the deal is valued at Rs 6.5 crore. Goldstone Teleservices is planning ... More

Toonz animation course
Toonz Academy, the animation academy of the Technopark-based Toonz Animation India, is slated to begin its fresh 3D course batch on June 5. The duration is of six months. The chief attraction of the course is an internship ... More

Digiterati to expand training institutes
Digiterati, a Chennai-based IT training institute, will open franchisee centres in Hyderabad, Pune, Bangalore and Thiruvananthapuram by December. Each centre will occupy about 1,800 sq ft and the total investment by franchisees would be around Rs ... More

Sundaram Fin BPO to hire more
Sundaram Business Services (SBS), the BPO arm of Sundaram Finance Ltd, will hire over 200 people this year for its city centre. The expansion has been necessitated by new account wins and growth in existing customers, both ... More

SRM Tech opens Chennai offshore centre for Japan Wave
SRM Technologies, a Chennai-based software company, has established an offshore development centre in the city for Japan Wave. The centre will work on enhancing the DRM (digital rights management) product range of the Japanese company, according ... More

Intel unveils low-cost PCs
Digital divide is quite real in India, says CEO Otellini More

IDG to launch monthly PC World
International Data Group (IDG) is set to launch a monthly publication for tech savvy readers in the country called PC World. Editorial content will be based on rigorous testing of locally available products and gadgets. An ... More

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