Indian IT hardware industry may lose over Rs 1,000 Cr, warns MAIT
MAIT is against the government's move to get every electronic product certified for compliance with BIS by the first week of April and demands a 6 month extension.
Budget 2013 disappoints IT honchos
With little or no incentives at all, industry experts are not banking on the Union Budget 2013 to give them the much-needed fillip.
Smaller towns drive PC sales in India
Even though the weakening global economy affected PC sales in India, Class II and Class III towns have contributed to its growth, says MAIT.
BEE launches endorsement labels for notebooks, laptops
The label provides an endorsement indicating that a product meets specified criteria of energy efficiency
Budget Reactions – Ashwini K Aggarwal, MAIT
Ashwini K Aggarwal, Executive Director, MAIT shares his post Union Budget 2011 reactions with CXOtoday.com
MAIT appoints Ashwini Aggarwal as executive director
Ashwini Aggarwal has spent over 27 years in the industry, most of it being in Hewlett-Packard in developmental roles
Dell partners with MAIT to host seminar for SMEs
The pan-India seminar and expo on is being held with the support of the ministry of small and medium enterprises
MAIT welcomes e-waste draft
MAIT, the apex body representing the interest of IT hardware industry in India congratulated the Union Minister of State for Environment & Forests, Jairam Ramesh on making the draft 'e-waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2010'...
Economic recovery drives IT hardware market in Q3
MAIT today announced the findings of its quarterly industry performance review for the quarter October-December (OND) of fiscal 2009-10. The total PC sales between October and December 2009, with desktop computers, notebooks and netbooks...
UID budget boost to drive smartcard technologies
The Unique Identification (UID) project has received a massive hike of Rs 1,900 crore in the budgetary allocation for 2010-11. The sum is likely to drive investments in smart card technologies, where chips, software and biometrics play a big...