Financial Daily
from THE HINDU group of publications

Wednesday, April 04, 2001





Information Technology
Satyam Computer opens facility in Dubai zone
SATYAM Computer Services has become the first of the top Indian software services companies to open its facility at Dubai Internet City, the emirate's free zone for IT and e-commerce.

Unisphere flags off operations
UNISPHERE Networks, provider of IP infrastructure to enable broadband data and voice services, has commenced its operations in India with the setting up of a sales office.

`B2C e-com has niche clientele'
WITH dotcoms falling like nine pins, it is difficult to picture a future, let alone a promising one, for e-commerce.

India to top in call centres: IDC
INDIA is poised to register the highest growth rate in call centre services market in the Asia Pacific region during 2000-05, according to a recent research report by the International Data Corporation (IDC).

Hi-speed printers -- Wipro partners TI for xStream
TEXAS Instruments (TI) is partnering with Wipro Technologies to offer its xStream DSP platform for advanced printing applications to imaging original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

Rediff completes Value Comm buy
REDIFF.COM India has completed the acquisition of Value Communications Corporation, a privately held, Illinois-based, online communications company.

Dell claims second position in branded PCs
NEW DELHI: Dell has claimed to have captured the second position in the branded personal workstation market in India with a 18.2 per cent share in the fourth quarter of this year.

BlueWave bags Bluetooth certificate
BANGALORE: BlueWave, a Bluetooth protocol stack software developed by Wipro Technologies, has been awarded Bluetooth qualification from the Bluetooth Qualification Body (BQB).

SMS from RPG Cellular
CHENNAI: RPG Cellular, one of the two mobile phone operators in Chennai, has launched short message service, which allows a subscriber to receive and send text messages to and from another cell-phone.

MRO-Tek alliance with Lacom Systems
BANGALORE: MRO-Tek, the Bangalore-based networking and last mile access solution provider, has entered into a strategic alliance with Lacom Systems, Korea, for marketing and providing solution to customers.

Saiinfo interest in CMC stake
NEW DELHI: Delhi-based Saiinfo Limited and its London-based sister concern, Saiinfo Plc., in consortium have expressed interest to acquire the Governement's 57.3 per cent in CMC Limited, according to a company release.

Agri-Business | Commodities | Corporate | Info-Tech | Letters | Logistics | Macro Economy | Markets | News | Opinion | Variety | eWorld | Info-Tech | Catalyst | Investment World | Money & Banking | Logistics |

Page One | Index | Home

    Copyrights © 2001 The Hindu Business Line.

Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu Business Line.