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India’s core digital sectors accounted for about $170 billion – or seven per cent of GDP in 2017-18, said the report titled “Digital India: Technology to transform a connected nation”.
With the aim to streamline video conference meetings inside courtrooms and in chambers of judges in remote locations, Delhi High Court has implemented a telepresence system from Cisco.
Union IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad urges the technology firms in California to take advantage of the growth opportunities that India offers
With $6 billion revenue in 2016, India is a key driver behind Asia Pacific’s success as the world’s second largest professional audio and video (proAV) industry. By 2022, the APAC proAV market will have an estimated value of $63.96 billion, a close second to the Americas ($67.13 billion). While China and Japan will continue to play a central role in Asia’s growth, India will reach $8.6 billion by 2022.
Digital India: Internet speed in India ranks 67th in fixed broadband, 109th for mobile internet, says Ookla
According to Ookla's Speedtest Global Index, as of February, the India rank 67th for fixed broadband speeds and 109th for mobile internet speeds, globally.
Prime Venture will now step up concentrated investments in sectors like Digital India, fintech, healthcare, education, logistics and global SaaS solutions.
With PM Narendra Modi Digital India push, country must secure itself from Memcached amplification like DDoS attack: Akamai
As more businesses come online in India and with the rising importance of data that businesses manage, it’s imperative that they secure themselves against attacks of varying kinds like DDoS attack of memcached amplification type, says Akamai.
Global technology major Dell EMC has launched three new servers designed for software-defined environments, edge and high-performance computing (HPC).
Some of the technology vendors and OEMs like Wipro, TCS, Mahindra, L&T and SAP, Huawei and Schneider are bullish on Digital India and Make in India as the technology sector has been given a huge leg-up in Union Budget 2018.
Budget 2018 - High speed optic fibre networks and Wi-Fi spots will give an impetus to upcoming digital sectors that rely heavily on connectivity like FinTech and Edtech, says Harshvardhan Lunia, CEO & Co-Founder, Lendingkart Group.