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Steady Growth for Voltage Regulator Market

The market size is estimated to be around Rs 800 to Rs 10,000 million and is growing rapidly at a rate of 10 per cent. But, the market is affected by voltage stabiliser free appliances and low-priced UPS.

VRLA/SMF battery market robust with growth

The VRLA/SMF battery market is experiencing a robust growth rate with the growth in UPS and telecommunication sectors. Slowly, the traditional battery market is being conquered by SMF batteries

After-sales services: A rising revenue model?

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E-waste recycling the big biz opportunity

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May 2009 will allow us to create many more win-win situations for our customers

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We are committed to delivering innovative solutions to save energy and reduce dependency on...

With the industry waking up to the need for renewable energy solutions, Luminous Teleinfra System is offering green solutions for telecom base stations and promises to help operators reduce pollution, as well as operating expenses. “Luminous’ latest technology, Energy Management and Backup Unit (EMBU), is a combination of solar, wind, battery and diesel for energy usage, storage and management for base transceiver station (BTS) and base station controller (BSC) sites,” tells Paresh Pradhan, director and president, Luminous Teleinfra System, to Srabani Sen of Electronics Bazaar, while explaining why the solution is innovative and how it can benefit the industry.

Nokia Explores to Make India a Manufacturing Hub

Nokia’s Chennai manufacturing unit model can be replicated to ensure that India gets many success stories like this Finnish gaint’s in the arena of telecommunica­tions, but only with succour from the government

Surface mount components witness upswing

With the levitation of hardware in India, the next couple of years could become the ‘golden age’ for SMT devices in India

No discounts, please! It’s raining schemes & offers

While schemes for customers seem to be a flop and most branded players are not resorting to price-cuts, dealer-motivated schemes emerged as the most sought-after strategy to beat the grey period

No discounts, please! It’s raining schemes & offers

While schemes for customers seem to be a flop and most branded players are not resorting to price-cuts, dealer-motivated schemes emerged as the most sought-after strategy to beat the grey period

“Our strategy for sustaining business includes reinventing our customer base”

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It is the right time to showcase Lattice’s capabilities

Lattice Semiconductor Corporation, which designs, develops and markets a range of semiconductor components called programmable logic products, launched its third generation high value field programmable gate array (FPGA), the mid­range 65nm Lattice ECP3 family and the ispClock 5400D family in Bangalore recently. On the occasion, Rakesh Agarwal, country manager, India, Lattice Semiconductor, spoke to Jesus Milton Rousseau S of Electronics Bazaar about Lattice’s new products and the company’s growth plans

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