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Software giant Infosys Technologies has acquired 300 acres of land near Sarjapur in Bangalore at market prices to build a second campus in the city. Bangalore, the company's largest centre, is expected to seat 25,000 employees by March this year.According to news reports, the company has bought the land directly from the market without state ...
Rs. 900 crore to be spent on unwiredBangalore projectVision group set up for nanotechnology sector
Bangalore is set to offer unhindered wireless Internet access to the entire Greater Bangalore within 18 months. With this, Bangalore will be the second wireless city after Taiwanese capital Taipei.
“Project Unwired Bangalore has just been ...
US-based Ixia , a provider of
performance test systems for IP-based infrastructure and services, today opened
a research and development and customer support centre in Bangalore.
The facility would work on
development of next generation IP performance testing solutions and act as a
certification lab besides providing customer support ...
German software firm SAP has opened a new facility in
Bangalore with a capacity to seat over 2,000 employees as part of its future
"This new facility is both a sign of SAP's acknowledgement of
the breadth and quality of work being delivered by our colleagues in India, and
our commitment to deepen our ...
What’s holding back WiMax in India: As per this story in the Mint, the spectrum policy imposes a recurring charge on ISPs for base stations, thus making it viable to target only volume users. Expecting a change in policy to a revenue-share model, operators are setting up wireless infrastructure:
-- Reliance Communications plans to have ...
New Delhi, India, February 09, 2007 - ASSOCHAM with the support of Ministry of Urban Development is organizing a National Conclave on the theme “60 Indian Cities : In Depth View of Realty & Infrastructure Opportunities” on 13 & 14th February, 2007 in New Delhi. The conclave is being organized in the context of the highly active ...
Bangalore, India, February 6, 2007 - The Karnataka government has succeeded in attracting interest from many large real estate developers for the 106 acre, Rs.350 crore biotech park project in Bangalore. The proposed "Helix" park located in Electronics City Phase 3 on the Hosur Road aims to attract biotech companies, including startups, ...