Intel is planning a rerun of its PC strategy in its communications business.
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Ingram Micro plans to offer a certification program for assemblers of unbranded PCs in the Asia-Pacific region. The move follows the California-based distribution company's introduction of branded components for PCs under the Vesta name.
BANGALORE, INDIA (10/10/2000) - E4e Inc., positioned as a technology holding company for startups offering Internet-based infrastructure services, Tuesday launched a Bangalore arm as part of its international expansion strategy.
Accelerated Networks Inc., a Moorpark, California-based broadband access equipment provider, is putting the finishing touches on a management product for broadband networks that complements its existing line of offerings.
BANGALORE, INDIA (09/28/2000) - Dell Computer Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael Dell formally launched his company's direct-to-customer sales and support program in India today. The company will fulfill orders from Indian customers from its facility in Penang in Malaysia.
It takes more than good silicon these days for chip makers to sell their wares to network equipment makers. Chip vendors have to offer customers a full package of protocols, applications and even the reference design.
BANGALORE, INDIA (09/25/2000) - SAP AG is planning to outsource the maintenance of its application software to Indian companies, according to a company executive.
To deliver on the promise of its .Net platform, Microsoft is turning to Indian software development resources -- both those within the company itself, as well as third parties, such as Infosys Technologies.
The Indian government has announced that it is opening international telephony to the private sector ahead of schedule. Coming on the eve of an official visit to the U.S. by Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee, the move is evidently aimed at attracting U.S. investment in the India's telecom sector.
In line with its strategy to focus on the DSL (digital subscriber line) access market, ishoni Networks Inc. this week is to announce support for DSL technology from New Jersey-based GlobeSpan Inc. on its multiprotocol gateway.
BANGALORE, INDIA (08/25/2000) - Exodus Communications Inc. plans to set up more Internet data centers in Asia-Pacific, over the next twelve months, the company's co-founder Kilaiyur Balakrishnan Chandrashekar told IDG News Service.
BANGALORE, INDIA (08/11/2000) - Microsoft Corp. (India) Pvt. Ltd. seems to
have been the victim of bungling by the Indian government's Press Information
Bureau (PIB). In a statement, Microsoft Friday described as "factually
incorrect" the press release issued earlier in the day by PIB that the director
general of the investigation and registration (I&R) unit of India's Monopolies
and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission (MRTP) has recommended action
against Microsoft Corporation (India) following preliminary investigation.
SAP AG's technology for collaborative business portals, mySAP.com Marketplace, got a vote of confidence in the Asian region after 11 leading Australian companies announced at SAPPHIRE 2000, SAP's regional users meet at Brisbane, that they will enter the mySAP.com Marketplace set up by Australian telecommunications company Telstra Corp.
Logistics issues are giving Sun Microsystems Inc. second thoughts on releasing to developers the entire source code of its Solaris operating system under its Free Solaris 8 Source License Program, according to a company official.
Intel Corp. is increasing ten-fold its investments in Indian companies this year, to over US$100 million, as part of a plan that includes both acquisitions of and equity investments in high-tech companies in a range of specialties.