Digital India: Soon, Enjoy Wi-Fi Services At 500 Remote Railway Stations


Aiming to provide connectivity in remote areas, Railways will set up Wi-Fi hotspot kiosks at about 500 stations and help people access an array of online services, including various government schemes. Christened as Railwire Saathi, the Wi-Fi kiosks will function like a PCO for Digital India and enable people to use services like e-commerce, online

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HP Launches ‘Centre Of Excellence’ To Support Digital India


Hewlett-Packard today unveiled its first Centre of Excellence (CoE) in India to showcase locally developed solutions that have the potential to digitally transform the country. HP has built this facility in alignment with the Government’s Digital India initiative, to offer solutions that solve real life problems with technological innovations. A part of the company’s Digital

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India To Host Mobile World Congress In September With Focus On Digital India And Make In India


India will host its own Mobile World Congress in September with emphasis on reaching out to South East Asian markets. The event will be organised by GSM Association, which is also responsible for holding the event in Barcelona and Shanghai. “There is Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and an edition in Shanghai. There is nothing

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5G Technology Adoption To Begin In India This Year


Indian telecom operators will start adopting 5G technology, which in present form can deliver up to 1000 mbps download speed, from this year, Huawei India CEO Jay Chen said today. “I can tell you massive MIMO (Multiple In Multiple Out) technology (part of 5G technology) will go to India this year. We have had discussions

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Online Retail To Be The Big Winner In Digital Revolution In India


As India pushes towards a digital society, it opens up vast avenues for Internet companies, especially e-commerce driven ones. A recent report by Boston Consulting Group and Retailers Association of India states that by 2021, India will have more internet users than the entire population of G7 countries. E-commerce is expected to be $ 50–55

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