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2006-11-06 Hotmail co-founder plans Indian Nano City
Hotmail co-founder Sabeer Bhatia has signed an agreement with the regional government of Haryana state in northern India to help establish "Nano City," a technology hub modeled after Silicon Valley.
2007-08-20 Omron opens automotive subsidiary in India
Omron has announced the establishment of a new automotive electronics sales and production subsidiary in Haryana, India.
2014-02-03 Wearable Technologies Innovation World 2013 winners
Here are six innovative devices out of the 20 winners from last year's Wearable Technologies Innovation World Cup that emerged victorious among 600 entrants from 69 different countries.
2014-12-23 USB 3.0 vs USB 2.0: Reference at a glance
USB 3.0 is the third major version of the Universal Serial Bus standard for computer connectivity. In this article, we share a summary of important differences between USB 2.0 and USB 3.0.
2010-06-16 Qualcomm secures 2.3GHz band in India
Qualcomm Inc. has won BWA (Broadband Wireless Access), an unpaired spectrum in the 2.3GHz band, in four telecom circles in India.
2006-09-05 Nortel expands India presence
Nortel is establishing a Nortel Technology Excellence Center in Bangalore, India, which will focus on new product design, development and testing to deliver greater cost benefits to customers worldwide.
2005-11-29 Nokia wins $141M GSM network expansion with BSNL, India
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) awarded Nokia a comprehensive GSM/EDGE and GPRS network expansion project in North India, an extension of the contract companies singed in 2004.
2015-09-30 Microsoft opens data centres in India for cloud services
Microsoft has set up three data centres in India to deliver commercial cloud services to governments, businesses and users. The data centres are located in Pune, Mumbai and Chennai.
2007-05-03 India eyes new IT hub
While Bangalore continues to be the center of India's IT business, housing more than 1,500 top firms, poor roads and traffic woes are pushing IT firms to look for new areas.
2006-11-29 China's Haier to set up software devt in India
Haier Telecom, the mobile handset arm of the Qingdao, China-based Haier Group, plans to set up a software development center in India focused mainly on the needs of Indian mobile users.
2006-03-15 Asian wireless companies setting up in India
Malaysian and South Korean telecom players are targeting India's booming wireless market. Malaysia's largest telecom operator, Telekom Malaysia Bhd, has reportedly acquired 49 percent of the equity in Spice Telecom, a regional wireless provider.
2006-04-26 Agilent strengthens India presence
Agilent Technologies has announced that it will extend its India presence by laying the foundation for its first campus in the country.
2010-04-22 Agilent dips $40M in new India campus
Agilent Technologies Inc. has invested approximately $40 million for a new campus in Manesar, India, highlighting the company's commitment to country and its growth potential.
2006-10-24 Agilent considers new manufacturing site in India
Agilent Technologies disclosed that it considering to set up a manufacturing location in India.
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