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2005-02-24 Sasken to team with Philips on Nexperia platform
Sasken Communication Technologies Ltd has joined with Philips as a software development partner on Nexperia's home and mobile products.
2005-06-23 Sasken joines Symbian development program
Sasken Communication Technologies Ltd has joined mobile operating system developer Symbian's "competence center" program.
2002-10-14 Sasken inks deals with mobile platform suppliers
Sasken Communication Technologies has signed a deal with Anite Telecoms Ltd designed to halve the amount of time needed to bring mobile handsets and devices to market.
2005-02-25 Sasken develops GSM/GPRS chip with Rohm
Sasken Communication Technologies Ltd said it has developed a complete GSM/GPRS chipset solution, including the baseband and protocol software, with Japan-based semiconductor supplier Rohm Co. Ltd.
2005-02-25 Sasken develops GSM/GPRS chip with Rohm
Sasken said it has developed a complete GSM/GPRS chipset solution, including the baseband and protocol software, with Japan-based semiconductor supplier Rohm
2003-02-20 IPWireless, Sasken to enhance mobile broadband solutions
IPWireless Inc. has partnered with Sasken Communication Technologies Ltd to jointly develop wireless software stacks to enhance the functionality and capability of the IPWireless TDD solution.
2006-07-28 India's Sasken buys Finnish wireless firm
Sasken Communication Technologies Ltd, a telecom R&D and support services firm based in India, has bought Finland's Botnia Hightech Oy, a provider of wireless R&D and testing services, in an all-cash deal worth about $45 million.
2003-04-21 India seeks global role in embedded software
Indian software companies are stepping up embedded-software development to mine a promising business vein.
2002-07-04 India moves to deregulate wireless LAN usage
The Indian government has moved to deregulate indoor use of WLAN equipment based on IEEE 802.11b standards.
2005-03-10 Toshiba acquires embedded software firm in Bangalore
Japanese electronics company Toshiba Corp. has acquired Socrates Software India, an embedded software and reusable software component developer for digital consumer and personal communication applications
2008-06-04 Nokia shifts R&D unit to India site
Nokia and Sasken completed the transfer of Nokia's adaptation software R&D operations from Germany to India
2008-06-24 India's VLSI design projects soar to greater heights
India logged 1,826 VLSI design projects last year, of which 1,027 were done in the captive centers of overseas companies, and the rest by domestic design service providers. A report noted that it expects the total number will rise to 2,283 by the end of 2008.
2006-01-19 Dual-mode TD-SCDMA/GSM operation in one chipset successful
Analog Devices announced that dual-mode 3G TD-SCDMA/GSM operation has been achieved on its SoftFone-LCR chipset.
2004-11-17 ARM to establish design center in India
ARM Holdings plc, which received a development center in Bangalore when it acquired Artisan Components earlier this year, plans to have its own center in India sometime next year.
2002-09-02 Intel plans greater investments in India
Intel Corp. plans to invest about $130 million in India, according to reports quoting Pramod Mahajan, India's minister for information technology.
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