Dell chairman, Michael Dell, has told Gartner's Symposium and ITXpo that he believes Intel's dual-core chips will take over the performance lead from AMD in 2006.
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Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) announced Thursday that it had acquired Financial Network Services (FNS), a privately held banking software vendor in Sydney, for around US$26 million (AU$34.57 million).
The easy availability online of detailed maps of countries from services such as Google Earth can be misused by terrorists, according to Indian President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.
Symantec's product development center in Pune, India, has been assigned to identify new products for the company's markets worldwide, according to an executive of the company.
IBM will try out a pay-per-use model in Asia for its Rational software development tools, part of an effort to make them more affordable and accessible to small companies, an executive with IBM's Rational Software division said.
Intel announced Thursday that it has tied up with training company NIIT to introduce specialised training programs for India's software developers around Intel architectures and platforms.
Intransa, a vendor of equipment for Internet Protocol-based storage area networks (IP SANs), has decided to license its management software to third parties, according to an Intransa executive.
SAP announced Monday that it is doubling the number of staff it employs in India to about 4,000 by the end of next year.
Wipro, India's third largest software and services outsourcing firm, has lost a key executive. The company's Silicon Valley-based vice chairman and chief executive officer, Vivek Paul, is leaving to become a partner at Texas Pacific Group, a private investment firm in Fort Worth, Texas, Wipro announced Thursday.
Microsoft Research is working on a technology that will enable software developers and system integrators (SIs) to develop and modify enterprise business applications at a higher abstraction level than basic coding, according to a researcher at Microsoft Research India.
Japanese electronics maker, NEC, is setting up a software joint venture in India with HCL Technologies, an Indian software services company.
Finding the GNU General Public License (GPL) too restrictive with regard to derived works, a professor at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Mumbai is working on an alternative license that will allow people to take commercial benefit from work derived from an open-source program.
Dell plans to increase the number of staff at its Indian call center and software development operations to 10,000 by the end of the year, the company's president and chief executive officer (CEO) said Friday.
Infosys Technologies, India's second largest outsourcer, reported revenue of US$1.6 billion for its fiscal year ended March 31, up by 50 percent from $1.1 billion a year ago, the company said Thursday.
A combination of Indian software skills and Chinese hardware expertise can take both China and India to a leadership position worldwide in IT, Chinese premier Wen Jiabao said yesterday in Bangalore, India.