Indian software major Wipro Thursday announced the launch of a 5G edge services solutions suite built on IBM technology that will enable seamless deployment of infrastructure in telecommunications, manufacturing, oil and gas and retail industries.
The program focuses on making current and aspiring software developers job-ready and future-proof by teaching them cutting-edge technologies.
With India banning 59 Chinese apps on June 29 amid border tensions with the neighboring country, the affected companies have begun reducing their workforce in India as they stare at huge losses
Reliance Jio Platforms and Google Wednesday announced they would launch an entry-level Android smartphone soon in India. This is the first investment from the $10 billion Google For India Digitization Fund announced earlier this week.
IANS Indian software major Wipro Tuesday said it has signed an agreement to acquire IVIA Servicos de Informatica Ltda, a specialized IT Services provider to financial services, retail and manufacturing sectors in Brazil, for an undisclosed sum. Founded in 1996, IVIA provides IT solutions including system development, maintenance, consulting and project management services to clients […]
iNDICA NEWS BUREAU India’s e-commerce giant Flipkart Group Tuesday said it closed an additional $1.2 billion equity round to support continued development of its e-commerce marketplace. The investment is led by Walmart, Flipkart Group’s majority owner, along with a group of existing shareholders and values the company at $24.9 billion post-money. The money, Flipkart said, […]