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Wednesday, May 31, 2006
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Intelenet opens new facility in Chennai
IPO not in near future More

Nipuna bags HYSEA award
Nipuna Services Ltd, the BPO subsidiary of Satyam Computer, has announced that the company was chosen as the `Best Indian ITES Company' by the Hyderabad Software Exporters Association ... More

Ascendas keen on expansion
First phase of Chennai IT park fully occupied More

Crest Animation in pact with Marathon
French production house Marathon is a major player in the field of drama and documentaries besides animation. More

Sierra to expand product development
To hire 450 more as it sees outsourced biz flowing in More

SQL Star opts for franchisees
SQL Star International Ltd has announced its plans to expand its Knowledge Enterprise Services business through a franchisee route. The company, which currently manages about eight centres in the country, all of them managed by ... More

Hughes plans 1,000 broadband kiosks this year
US-based communication firm Hughes Communication will roll out 1,000 broadband kiosks across the country this year. The broadband kiosks will be linked using satellite technology and will offer high speed Internet at the rate of 25 paise a ... More

`Make NIXI more effective'
In a bid to improve the effectiveness of the National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI), the TRAI today recommended various measures including setting up NIXI nodes in all State capitals. The TRAI said that the recommendations are based on ... More

Datawind unveils `PocketSurfer'
Datawind Corporation, a Canada-based provider of wireless Web access products and services, today launched `PocketSurfer' a wireless Web access device in India. The device allows users to download Web pages in 7-9 seconds, is ... More

NIIT course on Sun tech
NIIT Ltd plans to add 85 new training centres in the country and globally with an investment of Rs 20 crore. While 60 centres would be set up in the country, another 25 would be set up in China, Nigeria, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and ... More

Kerala Govt mulls schemes for workers
The Left Democratic Front (LDF) Government in Kerala will do all it can to encourage the State's IT industry and boost employment in this sector, the Labour Minister, Mr P.K. Gurudasan, has said. Speaking at a meet-the-press programme in the ... More

Rush for H1B visas unabated
7,718 applications approved More

`Engineers remain focused on low-end application'
While the application of technology in product design cycles has caught on, Indian engineers are still involved in low-end application, according to Dr S.B. Vijayaraghavan of Altech Industries. He was speaking on the sidelines of a national ... More

Nasscom BPO meet to focus on growth, competition
Forrester V-P among speakers; overseas vendors to discuss joint strategy More

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