The DRDO under their ATAC program have signed 6 MoUs allowing private firms to use their research to develop products that will help civilians.
Manan Kakkar surveys the technology market in India.
Telecommunication engineer with a keen interest in end-user technology and a News junkie, I share my thoughts while preparing for my Master's in Information Management.
Caleb lives in San Francisco and comes from a non-traditional background of molecular biology research and developing products and strategy for high-tech companies. He mostly covers the developing Indian technology market for ZDNET.
Israel, Mauritius, Sri Lanka and Poland have expressed interest in adopting the e-governance project implemented by Andhra Pradesh.
Fiber Optic connectivity across India to provide broadband to 160 million houses, Qualcomm allowed to invest in a broadband venture with two Indian companies. Reliance and Qualcomm testing 4G networks and the WiMax Forum saying India is a huge market.
In a $600 Million deal to consolidate IT infrastructure across Europe and maintain data centers, Computer Science Corp. outbid HCL systems. Given CSC's presence in India, quite a bit of the work will be still be outsourced to India.
Future Group and Tata Teleservices form a strategic partnership to launch a new GSM brand called T24 that will offer free talk time to consumers who shop at Future Groups' retail outlets.
Groupon has acquired websites offering coupons to local stores in India, SOuth Africa and Israel to expand their presence outside the US.
Tata Communications has acquired content delivery network provider BitGravity. Being unable to generate revenues BitGravity needed to make a move and Tata Communications was presented with a good business opportunity.
Infosys, TCS, Wipro, Accenture and Cognizant have started hiring students from across the campuses revising their hiring guidances.
RIM to offer Indian agencies access to BlackBerry messenger communication with cloud services and NDAS. Corporate email remains unaffected with this and RIM might avert the 31st January deadline for a ban.
Revolutionary mobile network and now wireless broadband with a cheap tablet, when it comes to knowing what the consumer wants and delivering a good product, Mukesh Ambani is on the right path.