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Monday, August 16, 2004

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BSNL announces new tariffs for landline users in AP
THE State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd has announced five new tariff plans for its landline customers allowing them the flexibility to migrate as per their requirement. The new tariffs range from Rs 260 a month to Rs 2,250 a month and ... More

It's growth quarter for software firms
THE April-June quarter of the current fiscal has been a period of strong growth for India's top-rung and medium-sized software firms as they thrived on the swelling demand for offshore technology development. A look at the April-June period, ... More

Fortinet plans centre in Mumbai
FORTINET, San Jose-based network security provider, is bullish on the Asia-Pacific market, and plans to set up its regional implementation-cum-technical support centre in Mumbai shortly. It is currently being handled out from Kuala Lumpur for the ... More


  • Looking back

    Sun hopes to drive growth through subscription model
    The subscription model, comprising a fixed and a variable cost component linked to the usage of the solution, will bring in more annuity business and generate 15 per cent incremental growth, says Mr Valluri. More

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    Looking back
    Aug. 8-Aug. 14
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