PCs sales for India grew 19% over the same period in the previous year, mainly on strong buying from a number of market segments including e-governance projects and the outsourcing industry, says a hardware vendor group.
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Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), India's largest outsourcer, has reported strong revenue and profit growth for the quarter that ended December 31. It was driven by new client wins and a ramp up in business from existing customers.
Motorola plans to establish an open source community for the Java Micro Edition (Java ME) software stack for the mobile industry. It plans to do so using the open source Apache Licence Version 2.0 of the Apache Software Foundation.
Motorola has opened a new research and development facility in Hyderabad.
The open source community doesn’t always deliver software that customers want, says Rob Levy, executive vice president and chief technology officer of BEA Systems.
The Indian government has told ISPs to stop blocking entire blog websites, such as Blogger.com.
Indian outsourcer Tata Consultancy Services has reported gains in both revenue and profit for the quarter ended June 30, reflecting a growing demand for offshore services and the depreciation of the Indian rupee against major currencies.
The terrorist attacks Tuesday on trains in the western India city of Mumbai appeared unlikely to dampen investments and outsourcing to India, which has weathered such tragedy before with resilience.
Indian outsourcer Wipro has signed an agreement to acquire Enabler Informatica, a Portuguese services company, to strengthen its offerings to customers in the retail industry.
Intel has launched a low-power, rugged PC platform that has been developed to work in rural India’s extreme conditions.
IBM Corp. has set up a global hub Bangalore, India, for the management and creation of replicable components based on SOA (service oriented architecture), according to a company executive.
Norwegian web browser developer Opera Software is setting up a development centre in Chandigarh in north India, the company says.
India’s software and services exports are estimated to grow by 32% to US$23.4 billion (NZ$34.4 billion) in the next financial year, according to data released earlier this month by the Indian National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM).
An Indian employee of Tata America International Corp. has filed Tuesday a lawsuit in an U.S. court, charging that Tata has unjustly enriched itself by requiring all of its employees in the U.S. who are not U.S. citizens to endorse and sign over their federal and state tax refund checks to Tata.
India's IT and business process outsourcing (BPO) services industry could be bringing in US$60 billion by the year 2010, growing at over 25 percent a year, according to a report released Monday.