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2009-03-18 Toward a greener IT landscape in Asia
Environmental protection is somewhat more complex than the old "3Rs" rule of "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle," and IT firms and Asian governments have major roles to play to provide a greener Asia.
2010-01-11 Telecom thrives in South Asia, Middle East
Telecom companies in South Asia and Middle East are resilient both in revenue generated by operators and in their spending capacity
2006-02-22 ST to hire 300 more engineers in India
STMicroelectronics said it plans to invest $30 million in Indian operations over the next two years and recruit 300 engineers by the end of 2006
2008-11-12 Satyam takes over Motorola's software center in Malaysia
Satyam, India-based information technology services provider, has acquired Motorola's software development center in Cyberjaya, Malaysia
2004-04-19 SanDisk launches distribution center in China
Flash memory data storage provider SanDisk Corp. has opened its first distribution center in China, in the Futian Free Trade Zone of Shenzhen near Hong Kong
2009-11-06 Powerwave wireless fab rises in Thailand
Powerwave Technologies Inc. has opened its newest manufacturing facility located in Laem Chabang in Chonburi Province, Thailand
2006-01-18 PMC-Sierra establishes new tech center in Bangalore
PMC-Sierra announced that it has established a new technology center in Bangalore, India. The new technology center is located in Cyber Park in the heart of the Electronics City in southeast Bangalore
2006-11-29 Panasonic to set up car electronics biz in Thailand
Panasonic Automotive Systems Co. (PAS) will establish Panasonic Automotive Systems Asia Pacific (Thailand) Co. Ltd on Dec. 1.
2008-11-03 NXP seeks leadership in remaining units
NXP Semiconductors announced the restructuring of its manufacturing, R&D and support activities. In an interview, NXP's CEO, Frans van Houten, talked about the causes and consequences of the restructuring measures
2005-01-27 Nu Horizons grows distribution channel with new office in India
Active components provider Nu Horizons Electronics Corp. has added a sales office in Mumbai, India
2007-12-07 Nokia ups investment in India facility
Nokia has added approximately $75 million investment in its manufacturing plant in India for 2008 to improve the capacity of the facility and cater to the need of the Indian and other emerging markets
2008-02-11 National Semi initiates energy 'ecosystem' in India
National Semiconductor will launch a low-power IC ecosystem made up of Indian suppliers and will announce the first Indian partners in the next few weeks
2007-03-02 Matsushita aims to boost sales in Russia, Brazil, India
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd, best known for its Panasonic brand, announced it will establish organizations that focus on boosting sales in Russia, Brazil and India
2007-07-16 Malaysia fights to keep post in electronics race
Squeezed by low-cost giants like China and India in the manufacturing space and by R&D centers like Singapore and Taiwan at the high end, Malaysia is struggling to maintain its place as an electronics hub
2007-07-30 Lenovo to set up manufacturing plants in Mexico, India
Lenovo will open two new manufacturing plants in Mexico and India, which will support product assembly and configuration, distribution services and logistics
2004-10-19 IR achieves ISO 14001 certification in Mumbai, Borgaro
International Rectifier (IR) has achieved ISO 14001 certification for its manufacturing facilities in Mumbai, India, and Borgaro, Italy
2007-08-08 India's Wipro to acquire U.S. outsourcing firm
India's Wipro Ltd said that its global IT services business Wipro Technologies is set to acquire U.S. outsourcing firm Infocrossing Inc. for $18.70 per share in an all-cash deal
2005-07-04 India's TCS inked for Chinese software venture
India Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), one of India's leading software export services companies, has announced a joint venture with the Chinese government and Microsoft Corp. to set up a new entity to address Chinese software and global market needs
2004-11-03 India's Tata Group acquires Tyco Network at bargain price
In a new indication that the sale of U.S.-built telecommunications infrastructure to foreign interests at fire-sale prices is continuing, Tyco International announced Monday (Nov. 1) that it is selling its Tyco Global Network to India's Tata Group. Tyco and Tata said the world's most advanced and extensive submarine cable system will be transferred to Tata's Videsh Sanchar Nigam Ltd (VSNL) for $130 million
2007-11-14 India supercomputer makes top-10 'most powerful' list
India debuted for the first time as home to one of the most powerful systems in the latest ranking of the top 10 supercomputers released at the Supercomputing 2007 conference
2009-11-30 India pushes 3G/WiMAX auction to January 2010
The auction of 3G and WiMAX spectrum in India has again been postponed to January 2010
2008-07-28 India firms beef up internal IT training
Indian companies are boosting their workforce requirement with internal educational programs and on-the-job trainings to improve quickly the expertise of new recruits especially in the high-tech industry
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
2006-11-17 Freescale, Celestica, Wavesat partner in WiMAX ref design
Celestica has joined a pre-existing collaboration between Freescale Semiconductor and Wavesat to enhance a platform that enables customer premises equipment manufacturers to deliver WiMAX-enabled products to the market even faster.
2006-08-22 Freescale expands India presence
Freescale Semiconductor is expanding its India operations with a new 100,000-sq. foot facility in Bangalore to support Freescale's R&D in software for wireless technologies.
2009-07-29 FPGA startups struggle to stay in the game
A vast majority of programmable logic startups have failed, whether succumbing to acquisition, retreating into other markets or simply closing up shop.
2004-09-01 Flextronics acquires India's Future Software
Contract electronics manufacturer Flextronics Int. is acquiring telecommunications networking and data communication firm, Future Software Ltd, based in Chennai, India
2006-08-30 EMT to increase headcount in Bangalore design center
Memory design company Emerging Memory Technologies disclosed its plans to increase the number of design engineers at its Bangalore center. The center currently employs six engineers; EMT plans to increase this number to ten by October, and then around 15 within a year.
2007-02-14 eInfochips expands presence in India
eInfochips Inc. a provider of ASIC design services, embedded systems solutions and IP cores, announced its fourth design center in Ahmedabad, India
2015-04-13 Complexity in industrial IoT delays deployment
M2M and remote connectivity are not new concepts, so the real goal may be development of an IIoT ecosystem that address integration/security issues and result in a consensus on networking solutions
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