20 July 2018

IT and Telecom Industry

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Image Courtesy : wordpress The bonanza is reminiscent of the times when thousands of employees, among them office assistants, drivers and receptionists, at another Bangalore-based company Infosys hit Esop paydirt. About 400 of the employees who own a stake have now become crorepatis, according to someone with direct knowledge of the employee stock option scheme [...]

Image Courtesy : businessinsider Cisco Systems will shed about 6,000 workers, or 8% of its staff, in a fresh round of job cuts that will bring the reduction in its workforce to 18,000 in the past three years, according to The Financial Times. John Chambers, chief executive of the San Jose, California-based networking equipment maker, [...]

Image Courtesy : androidheadlines Amazon.com Inc unveiled a $10 credit-card reader and mobile app for businesses, expanding further into bricks-and-mortar retail and the rapidly evolving mobile payments arena. The move pits Amazon against a slew of rivals including start-up Square, which popularized a card swiper that plugs into a smartphone or tablet and allows small- [...]

Image Courtesy : http://watchlistnews Spanish telecom giant Telefónica SA is offering €6.7 billion that is, $8.99 billion in cash and shares for Vivendi SA Brazilian operator, GVT, in a move to shore up its leadership in Latin America’s largest market. Telefónica expresses that if its bid is successful it plans to combine GVT with Vivo, [...]

Image Courtesy : amazon For Amazon, a company whose previous devices have had innovative pricing plans that often involved selling devices at cost, the Fire phone’s uninspired price tag is a surprising disappointment. The world needed a great, cheap smartphone. With its huge reach, obsessive dedication to customer service, and a willingness to forgo immediate [...]

Image Courtesy : lnkd.licdn The European Union and South Korea have joined forces in an attempt to get ahead of the game in developing ultra-fast fifth-generation wireless communications networks. South Korea has one of the fastest mobile broadband networks and is home to Samsung. Europe had led the competition in GSM technology, the original standard [...]

Image Courtesy : blog.ketchum The convergence of digital technology and apparel represents a huge opportunity as the telecom, electronics, clothing, and accessories industries cooperate to bring wearable technology to the consumer in a very personal way. While some wearable technology examples represent trendy fashion statements, others bring more than form as high function becomes a [...]

Image Courtesy : dazeinfo.com India’s handset market, one of the largest in the world, continues to grow strongly every year. Back in the early 2000s, mobile phones were typically only found in key urban centres and primary cities due to the low number of models in the market, high handset costs, expensive tariffs and limited network coverage. [...]

It has been four years since Google has been working on building a car that doesn’t require a human to be driven. The development is focuses on the seemingly routine nature of autonomous driving, based on Internet-connected navigation technology that Google has been working on for more than four years. Google’s prototype for its new [...]

Image Courtesy : satiztpm.it The technology industry is preparing for the Internet of things (IOT), a type of computing characterized by small, often dumb, usually unseen computers attached to objects. These devices sense and transmit data about the environment or offer new means of controlling it. For more than a decade technologists have predicted and argued about [...]

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