MUMBAI, INDIA: In yet anoter landmark technological move, Tata Sky announced its plans to launch 4k set top boxes in India by early next year. According to the the company, the 2014 FIFA World CupTM football match played between France & Germany last night was telecast on SD, HD and an (4k enabled) UltraHD television from Sony Electronics with live 4k feed of the football match on SONY SIX HD.
Tata Docomo is soon going to turn all of Connaught Place in Delhi into a WiFi Hotspot. With promised seamless coverage of the entire 4km area, including inner and outer circles, visitors (and more importantly, tourists) in the area will be able to enjoy instant access to information on any smart device they own. In the next few years, we should see a large number of public Wi-Fi hotspots coming up in the country.
NEW DELHI, INDIA: In a tripartite agreement aimed to provide 3G roaming services to each others customers, telecom operator Reliance Communications, Tata Teleservices and Aircel have inked a deal that allows them to use each others network across country. RCom and Aircel have permits for 3G services in 13 out of 22 service areas while Tata Teleservices has permit in 9 circles.
BANGALORE, INDIA: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), the oldest IT company from India, taking on global biggies and scaling to the top 10 is not mere an achievement but a journey of toil and flawless execution with organization capacity to build-up of their inherit strength. TCS recently announced their Q4 results and it highlighted the tenacity of a company to move into uncharted market and stood focused to deliver a 29 plus percentage net margin, which is highest amongst the top Indian IT Services companies.
TOKYO — Mitsubishi Corp. and India’s Tata Consultancy Services plan to combine IT services businesses in Japan. Three companies tied to the Japanese trading house and the Indian provider of information technology services will integrate by July. By consolidating system configuration and software development, the duo hope to reduce development costs by 10-20%.
India’s information technology sector, after what seems like years, is back to where it once was: optimistic about the future. The Big Four of India’s software-led services industry that includes business process outsourcing (BPO) pleasantly surprised the markets this month with solid results for the January-March quarter. All four — Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys, Wipro and HCL Technologies — showed numbers that were better than analyst expectations that dispelled concerns about persisting worries in advanced economies affecting their business.
MUMBAI, INDIA: Tata Communications, a leading provider of A New World of Communications, has been positioned in the ‘Leaders’ quadrant of the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Global Network Service providers for the first time. The Magic Quadrant evaluates companies based on ‘completeness of vision’ and ‘ability to execute’.
BANGALORE: Indian IT bellwether Tata Consulting Services (TCS) has been evaluated as leader in enterprise mobility services by industry market researcher IDC for securing highest scores in customer satisfaction, innovation and productivity. “Of the 14 mobility service providers evaluated on 117 parameters, customers rated TCS high in resource scalability, HTML (hyper text mark-up language) skills, thought leadership and ability to improve,” the US-based International Data Corporation (IDC) said in a statement here Monday.