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Blockchain (Photo: File)

Emerging tech startup Votechain launches Blockchain-based online voting platform

Technology startup Votechain announced the launch of EazyVC, a blockchain-based online voting platform that can be used by any organisation to conduct votes.
5G (Photo: File)

5G network infrastructure revenue to grow 39% to $19.1 billion in 2021: Gartner

Worldwide revenue from 5G network infrastructure is expected to grow 39 per cent to $19.1 billion in 2021, up from $13.7 billion in 2020, according to Gartner, Inc.'s latest forecast.
Juniper Networks (Photo: File)

Juniper Networks joins Softbank 5G Consortium as founding member

Network technology firm Juniper Networks said that it has joined the Softbank 5G Consortium established by Softbank Corp. as a founding member.
KT Rama Rao, Minister for Municipal Administration & Urban Development, Industries, and IT & Commerce, Telangana

Hyderabad now has over 3000 active free Wi-Fi hotspots

Telangana government has rolled out public Wi-Fi hotspots at over 3000 locations in Hyderabad as part of its Hy-Fi project. 
Bharti Airtel (Photo: Agency)

Airtel with Google Cloud and Cisco launch ‘Airtel Office Internet’ at Rs 999 for...

Bharti Airtel has partnered with Google Cloud and Cisco to launch ‘Airtel Office Internet’ – a unified enterprise-grade solution focused on small businesses
Pradeep Bhasin, co-founder and chief business officer, Nivesh

FinTech startup Nivesh ropes in Mobikwik’s Pradeep Bhasin as co-founder and chief business officer

Fintech firm Nivesh said that it has appointed Pradeep Bhasin as co-founder and chief business officer.
Sadai

Bangladesh govt launches ‘Sadai’ app for marketing agro-products

The app was developed by software company Bangla Puzzle Limited under supervision of Department of Agricultural Marketing. 
Photo Spark Founder

Huawei to invest $100 million in Asia Pacific startups

Huawei has been helping Singapore build the first startup hub in APAC since 2020 and has expanded the program to many countries in APAC in the past year, the company said during its inaugural Spark Founders Summit, which took place simultaneously in Singapore and Hong Kong. 
Vivo, Bangladesh

Bangladesh: Vivo begins ‘Doorstep Delivery’ amid lockdown

Vivo has also taken all necessary measures to prevent infection during this time of home delivery. Customers can call the Vivo hotline number to get a home delivery service. For this, the customer does not have to pay any additional delivery charge.
Mustafa Jabbar

Bangladesh: Task of identifying illegal mobiles to continue till September

Bangladesh Telecommunication Authority is using the National Equipment Identity Register (NEIR) system. BTRC will use such technology for the first time in the country.
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