.@Dell in talks with TN to expand its #Chennai unit #Press #Media @timesofindia

Personal computer (PC) manufacturer Dell India is in discussions with the Tamil Nadu government for expansion of capacity at its plant in Sriperumbudur, near Chennai. The company refused to share further details of the expansion being planned at the facility, which according to Dell, caters to both domestic and export demand with an installed capacity of 3 million PCs (desktops and notebooks) a year.

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#Startups Tracking #Health To Raise Big #Money #Press #Media @BWorldOnline

Healthifyme raises close to $1 mn, announces its partnership with Micromax Mobile, report K Chandra Mohan and Vishal Krishna

Healthifyme, a nutrition and wearable technology company, announced an undisclosed second round of funding at a startup conference held by Microsoft Ventures on Thursday (18 June). Sources added that this second round was close to $1 million led by Bala Parthasarthy of Angel Prime and Amit Gupta of InMobi. HealthifyMe had earlier raised $250000 from angel investors. This signals the interest of investors in investing in wearable health device companies that offer services.

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युवा प्रतिदिन पांच घंटे से अधिक समय करते हैं पीसी का प्रयोग : पी. कृष्ण कुमार #Smart #Consumer #Press #Media #RashtriyaSwaroop

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Source: Rashtriya Swaroop

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30 per cent of #PC users don’t own a #computer #Press #Media #WesternTimes

A research commissioned by Dell India and conducted by research firm Greyhound Research has revealed that only 70 per cent of India’s PC users actually own one. The research also revealed that 93 per cent of the PC users in India said that their choice of device was either a desktop or laptop. “Only 70 per cent of the 6000 respondents told us that they were owners,” said Sanchit Vir Gogia, CEO and chief analyst, Greyhound Research.

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This is what #India wants from a #computer #Press #media @thehansindiaweb

Personal Computer (PC) manufacturer Dell has announced the findings of a Pan India survey that reveals emerging India’s aspirations. To gain a better understanding of the unique needs of consumers across India, Dell commissioned a study with Greyhound Research titled the ‘The PC User Trends of Emerging India’ across 40 locations with 6,000 respondents that included students, youth and parents.

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