In an exclusive interview with TechObserver.in, Facilio CEO Prabhu Ramachandran says that his company is looking for an aggressive global growth in 2019.
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Mumbai-based e-governance firm Innowave IT infrastructure said it has won a Rs. 25 crore IT proejct from Uganda’s Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) in consortium with local partner.
Quantela said that it has raised $10 million investment from Digital Alpha, an investment firm supported by networking giant Cisco.
Cybersecurity firms Aujas and Endgame have signed a partnership in which both the firms will work together to offer advanced managed endpoint protection services to clients.
Meesho said it will use fresh funds on product innovation, increase technology team and for expanding into more categories and markets.
With the aim to focus on business from government's Smart Cities program and growing digitization of Indian enterprises, Chinese ICT firm, Huawei said it was opening its OpenLab in India.
Sterlite Tech is developing software-based programmable solutions using Red Hat’s open source technology to focus on communication service providers business.
With 5G technology taking centre stage. BSNL has amplified its effort. It has signed 5G agreements with Ericsson, Nokia and Cisco to create use cases for 5G in India.
Home-grown Digital Learning firm Toppr has implemented a Content Delivery Networks (CDN) solution from Limelight Networks to reach out to 2.5 million students with 8,000 videos.