@Rural India
RCom Plan to Drive Telecom Growth in Rural India
by CXOtoday Staff    Aug 26, 2009
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
Reliance Communications (RCom) on Tuesday announced a three-pronged strategy to grow mobile telephony and Internet penetration in rural India. The new strategy comprises three initiatives: BharatNet to drive Internet penetration across rural...
Portal for Rural Job Seekers Launched
by CXOtoday Staff    Aug 11, 2009
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
To enable job-seekers in rural India to access and apply for jobs, ITC e-Choupal and Monster India have come together to launch Rozgarduniya.com.Rozgarduniya.com has been designed to provide employers in corporate India a platform to access...
We Will Take IT to Rural India: JD(U)
by Muntazir Abbas    Apr 17, 2009
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
JD (U) - which has a major presence in the rural and backward areas of Bihar, Jharkhand and Karnataka - is serious about taking technology to villages, says S. C. Tyagi , former Lok Sabha member and secretary general of JD (U) Joining the...
HCL, Nautilus to Enhance Indian ATMs
by CXOtoday Staff    Mar 10, 2009
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
HCL Infosystems, the information enabling, ICT system integration company,  has entered into a tieup with Korean major Nautilus Hyosung to provide complete ATM solutions for Indian banks across the country with special emphasis on service...
ITC's e-Choupal: Landmark in Rural Deployment
by Muntazir Abbas    Feb 27, 2009
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
Company ITC Limited is one of the premier and diversified conglomerates. From a traditional tobacco and cigarette producer, it has grown into a group of companies that deals in hotels, agribusiness, information technology, and fast-moving...
Rural India Under Telecom Radar
by Sunil Kumar    Nov 24, 2006
Category : News & Analysis
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....
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