India’s Data Centre Plan In Anticipation Of Tsunami Of Data In Country

An incentive policy for the private sector companies to set up data center parks in India will make it affordable for firms to store data locally vis-à-vis other locations such as Singapore and also prepare them for the deluge of…

Government To Unveil Policy On Data Center Parks

The government said it will come out with a policy to enable private sector build data center parks in the country at a time the segment is becoming a focus area for commercial real estate players. "It will enable our…

FDI To Increase, Indian IT Firms To Benefit From FM’s Data Centre Plan

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s proposal in the Union Budget to come up with a policy for setting up data centre parks would benefit tech services companies and attract foreign investments in creating the adequate infrastructure for all industry sectors, said…

FM’s Rs 8,000 Crore Boost Will Help India Bridge Gap In Quantum Computing With US, China

India’s plan to invest Rs 8,000 crore over the next five years in the National Mission on Quantum technology and its applications comes at a time when the world is making bets on the emerging field that has potential impact…

Finance Minister Takes A Rs 8,000 Crore Quantum Leap

CEO of Greyhound Research says that it is the right time for quantum investment as companies like IBM and Google are going to be investing a tonne of money and infrastructure assets towards Asia, in countries like Japan and Singapore.…

An India-China Trade War? Modi Fans The Flames Of Boycott Calls

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Can RailTel improve Internet connectivity for rural India?

After getting a fresh look from NOFN to BharatNet, the project is once again seeing some light of day but having already missed two earlier deadlines and still so many complexities around, it will not be surprising if the large-scale…

Mr Prime Minister, have you considered these challenges?

Last Friday, PM Narendra Modi took the entire country by storm when he articulated his thoughts for a digital India. As the euphoria subsides, we ask very pertinent questions to Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & Group CEO, Greyhound Research,…

Slow broadband threatens Modi’s Internet vision

The government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to herald a broadband revolution through its ambitious Digital India initiative aimed at providing government services online to citizens nationwide by 2019. It may be setting its sights too high. In addition…

Budget 2015: Start-Ups Get A Tech Boost

If the big idea of Budget 2014, announced on 10 July, was clearly start-ups, the Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance government took it a step further by announcing on Saturday an allocation of Rs.1,000 crore to enable information technology…