Aricent Partners With Nasscom To Reduce IT Skill Gap
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Aricent plans to create greater employability opportunities for 2,500 engineering graduates through this partnership.
From smart to genius: will design define future gadgets?
Category : Digital Enterprise
If there is going to be a change in what a phone looks like, Google needs to be the one to change.
ip.access announces dedicated R&D facility in Pune
Partners with Quickstart Global to secures dedicated resource center in Pune
Frog Design and Aricent launch idea-to-market innovation services
The new strategic business unit is intended to enhance their existing joint innovation offering
IT CEOs sow seeds for a greener tomorrow
On the occasion of World Environment Day (WED), celebrated on 5th June, the Nasscom Foundation initiated 'CEO Volunteer Day' in Delhi. CEO's from IT-BPO companies planted a sapling at the Don Bosco Night Shelter Home for Boys, Okhla, each...
Aricent, NetLogic partner on LTE solutions
Aricent and NetLogic Microsystems has collaborated to enable advanced Long Term Evolution (LTE) capabilities on NetLogic Microsystems' XLS family of MIPS64-based multi-core, multi-threaded processors. As a result of the joint effort, the...
Excelocity, Aricent partner on MSBG solution
Excelocity, a developer of turnkey embedded software solutions for telecom vendors, and Aricent have successfully completed the integration of Excelocity's XL-Gateway, a framework for building Voice/Video IP solutions, and Aricent's converged...
Nepal Telecom awards Aricent 3 year SI contract
Nepal Telecom has awarded a Aricent a three year systems integration contract to provide convergent mediation and convergent interconnect billing solutions that enable a wide range of next-generation communication services. The multi-million...
Aricent plans major hiring in India
Aricent, a technology and services company in the communications space, intends to add another 3000 professionals to its global workforce. Out of these, one thousand will be recruited in India over the next 3-4 months itself. Speaking to...
Four new rules of designing consumer electronics
Everything is becoming connected, blurring the lines between PCs, phones, digital picture frames, mobile Internet devices (MIDs) and more. Consumers' expectations on innovation, small screen multimedia and improved usability continue to grow...