GVMC takes up lighting project cost Rs 1.36 crore

Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation (GVMC) taking up the lighting project at a cost of Rs 1.36 crore in order to solve the decades old problem of pilgrims facing stray dog attacks and thieves on Gopalapatnam-Simhachalam Temple Road. The project...

Anti-dumping duty on solar cells poses risk for recently bid projects

The solar industry is getting jittery over a move to impose anti-dumping duty on solar cells. The move comes at a time when the viability of the recently awarded projects at tariffs below ₹3.5 per unit is being questioned by...

Government invites tender for 10,000 electric vehicles and 4000 charging stations in NCR

Taking a step closer to the goal of 100 per cent electric vehicles by 2030, the Indian government has invited tenders for up to 10,000 EVs that would reportedly be hitting the roads in the national capital region within the...

Airtel dials up SK Telecom for newer tech

India’s largest telecom company Bharti Airtel Ltd has formed a strategic partnership with SK Telecom where it will leverage the South Korean firm’s expertise in improving network experience, machine learning, big data and provide better customer experience through customised...

Wipro Lighting and pureLiFi team-up to drive lifi adoption in Asia

Wipro Lighting, part of Wipro Enterprises (P) Limited and a leading player in lighting in India, has concluded an agreement with pureLiFi – global leaders in LiFi technology and commercialisation, to harness their LiFi technology to develop applications for...

Toshiba is set to sell its memory chip unit for $18.3 billion

Japan's embattled Toshiba Corp. is set to sell its memory chip unitto a consortium led by Western Digital Corp for about 2 trillion yen ($18.3 billion), the Nikkan Kogyo business daily said on Tuesday without citing sources. Toshiba plans to make a formal decision on...

LED market growing at 18 percent CAGR

The global light-emitting diode (LED) market is increasing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 18% during 2017-2021, rising from $18.51bn in 2016 to $24.67bn in 2012, forecasts market research firm Technavio. In particular, the luminaires segment...

Jio Phones success will boost Spreadtrum’s revenue by 25 per cent in FY18, says...

After bagging the contract of manufacturing chipsets for Jio Phones, Shanghai-based mobile device chip maker company Spreadtrum said that the company is hoping to see an increase of close to 25 percent in its revenue with Jio Phones success...

EESL enters Malaysian market to sell LED bulbs in Melaka

State-run Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) has entered the Malaysian market to sell its economical and energy-efficient LED bulbs in State of Melaka, a Power Ministry said in a statement. The scheme, which has seen successful implementation in the UK, was launched...

BSNL and Coriant enter into 5G and IoT agreement for India

Indian state-owned operator BSNL has formed a partnership with Coriant to chart a path towards 5G and IoT deployments in India. Shri Anupam Shrivastava, CMD BSNL, said to an English daily “5G represents an enormous leap forward in capacity and...

Saab and Adani to collaborate for aerospace and defence in India

Defence and security company Saab and Indian infrastructure conglomerate Adani Group today announced a collaboration plan within aerospace and defence in India. The intended collaboration would encompass design, development and production of Gripen for India and other high-tech products by...

Maruti Suzuki electric car plans outlined

Maruti Suzuki has finally outlined plans to enter the electric car market in India. Recently, the government announced a policy where it intended to make India an electric car only market by 2030 after pressure from the likes of environmentalists and the...

With Surya’s plans for exit, Warburg and Crompton Greaves bets for stake control

The New Delhi-based lighting solution Surya Roshni is looking to make an exit from its 44-year old business.  Buyout funds Warburg Pincus, Advent International-backed Crompton Greave Consumer Electricals, and Bain are among those in the fray to buy a controlling stake...

Package for telecom manufacturing in NTP, says Aruna Sundararajan

The new telecom policy (NTP) will include a package to boost domestic manufacturing of equipment to cut dependence on imports and create local jobs, Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan said on Monday. In an interview to a news agency, she said...

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