iGate to borrow $9 m this fiscal to fund expansion
SOFTWARE services and business process outsourcing firm iGate Global Solutions plans to borrow $9 million - $10 million in the current fiscal to fund its expansion, its CEO, Mr Phaneesh Murthy, said over earnings conference call. The company ...
Bharti cell licences move into unified access service
BHARTI Tele-Ventures (BTVL), one of the leading private sector providers of telecommunication services in the country, on Thursday announced that all its 15 existing cellular mobile licences have been migrated to `Unified Access Service Licence' ...
`Reliance Infocomm no longer needs parent for funds'
RELIANCE Infocomm has achieved cash profit for the financial year ended March 31, 2004, although the net loss appropriated on account of it by mother company Reliance Industries stands at Rs 265 crore for the year. Reliance Infocomm will no ...
Alcatel wins ITI order for BSNL network
TELECOM box-maker Alcatel won 65 million euros (around Rs 340 crore) order from ITI Ltd to supply and install GSM network for the state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, an Alcatel news ...
Hutch introduces stock trading desk on mobiles in Mumbai
It makes available to stock market participants the complete suite of dealing desk trading functionalities on a mobile.
JP Mobile tool for Samsung phone
BOW unveils online fleet-tracking system
BOW Network Pvt Ltd, a Bangalore-based enterprise solutions provider to the transport industry, has announced the launch of BOW Trakease, a joint venture between BOW and Brussels-based Fortese Software Pvt Ltd. BOW Trakease is an online, ...
Oracle HR suite to have India-specific features
ORACLE has enabled its human resource management system with India-specific HR features, including statutory requirements to help customers get meaningful data and insights, according to Mr Shekhar Dasgupta, Managing Director, Oracle India Pvt ...
LogicaCMG to invest $25 m more
LOGICACMG, a technology solutions and consultancy corporation, has drawn up expansion plans that includes a new technology campus, induction of over 600 people which would effectively double its headcount in India while laying special thrust on ...
NetApp plans to expand reach
NETWORK Appliances (NetApp), the $1.1-billion storage solutions provider, is eyeing a larger chunk of the Indian market and has drawn up plans to lay special thrust on financial services, telecom, oil and gas verticals. The company has a research ...
Polaris, plenum in pact to service German clients
POLARIS Software Lab Ltd has announced a partnership with plenum AG, a Germany-based information technology IT consulting organisation, to jointly offer clients in Germany, Austria and Switzerland the `Offshore Management Solution ...
Bersoft educational tool
NumTV to offer S. Indian channels online to NRIs
PENTAMEDIA'S NumTV has tied up with Samachar.com, a portal of Sify, to target the NRI community with a string of South Indian channels that will be made available online. The alliance, worked out on the basis of a revenue-sharing agreement, is ...
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Bartronics to partner EMS
BARTRONICS India, a barcoding, smartcard and identity software company, has announced its partnership with Escort Memory Systems, part of the Datalogic Group, to cater to the growing need for RFID (radio frequency identification) solutions ...
GKM in pact with US co
TRAI proposes lower duties for broadband push
INDIA can achieve 20-million broadband and 40-million Internet subscribers by 2010 if the Government steps in with reduced duties and takes major e-governance initiatives, according to the recommendations on broadband presented by the Telecom ...
`TRAI hasn't focussed on bandwidth pricing'
IN its recommendations on the broadband sector, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), say service providers, should have focused on bandwidth pricing, a major stumbling block in the growth of Internet. ``I have been speaking to ...
RFID project to keep track of cops' movement in AP
IN what seems to be like a small, but certain step towards new era policing, the city police has initiated a pilot project in two police stations to use RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) solutions to keep track of cops on the beat. The ...
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