Sunil Kumar
Rural India Under Telecom Radar
Nov 24, 2006
Indian telecom sector is one of the biggest, rapidly growing and most challenging markets in the world. Challenges include telecom infrastructure, rural connectivity, archaic laws and bureaucratic red tapism with a license quota legacy....
NGNs To Evolve Further: Networks 2006
Nov 10, 2006
The network is the computer. Although this phrase has been repeated incessantly and is now synonymous with marketing hyperbole, the final day of Networks 2006 put more power behind this punchline. It was a mix of insightful discussions,...
Bright Road Ahead For NGNs: Networks 2006
Nov 09, 2006
If you think convergence ended with 3G, think again. Networks 2006, a three-day conference aimed at exploring the various facets of Next Generation Networking (NGN) is witnessing insightful discussions relating to fixed and mobile convergence,...
Through The Looking Glass: The RBM Way
Oct 26, 2006
Innovation and creativity are buzzwords we all are accustomed to, and progress in any sphere can be related only with a new approach and looking at things through an alternate prism. IT gurus and CIOs, not to be left behind are...
The Complexity Factor Is Expected To Increase
Oct 23, 2006
In your opinion, how have enterprises fared in identifying the scope of SOA? It is good to see that many large enterprises are deploying service oriented architecture (SOA) incrementally instead of trying to boil the ocean. We have always...
Global Acquisitions: Indian Impact?
Oct 17, 2006
2005: was the year of acquisitions globally. The trend continues in 2006. The acquisition era has arrived. IT majors across the world are acquiring companies, whose products complement their existing portfolio. Recent examples being...
"Security isn't going to be just at the perimeter"
Oct 16, 2006
Can you tell me about Fortinet and the USP of its products? Founded in 2000 by Ken Xie, founder, president and CEO of NetScreen, Fortinet was sold to Juniper for more than $3.5 billion. It is a multi layered security vendor and sells its...
Intel Slashes Workforce Globally
Sep 06, 2006
On Tuesday, Intel announced that it will cut more than a tenth of its workforce as part of a drive to become increasingly efficient in the worldwide chip market. As per the announcement, the 99,000 strong workforce of Intel will see a cut...
Computer, Heal Thyself
Aug 28, 2006
Autonomic computing or self-healing systems, has gained ground from the first half of this decade. Various companies including IBM, HP and Microsoft have their respective visions for the future of autonomic computing. Self-managing computing...
Enter Grid: India Inc On The Move
Aug 23, 2006
Grid computing has come a long way from its heyday in the hallowed precincts of academia where it was initially conceptualized, to the modern-day enterprise that is now increasingly using it and standardizing its use across verticals. ...
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