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D-Link, Sify team up for Wi-fi

D-Link India and Sify Limited have teamed up to put India onto the global Wi-Fi map. India currently has a larger number of Wi-Fi hotspots (over three times higher than China) and the number is growing exponentially. Sify has already established Wi-Fi hotspots with broadband connectivity in Bangalore, Chennai and Delhi using D-Link's Wireless Products.

MS Office now in Hindi

Microsoft Corporation India launched its first offering developed specifically for the Indian market—Office Hindi. The product includes a Hindi language interface and supports nine Indian languages. There are two editions of the product: Office Hindi Professional and Office Hindi Standard.

Red Hat's Open Source Assurance program

Red Hat, a leading provider of open source solutions to the enterprise, announced that all existing and future Red Hat Enterprise Linux customers are now covered under the Open Source Assurance program, which provides customers a guarantee that their investment in open source solutions from Red Hat will generate long-term economic value.

D-Link enters high-end networking

D-Link, a SOHO and SME networking solutions provider, said it has entered the "very high-end" enterprise segment with a complete range of co-branded products from Foundry Networks.

 
     
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