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Vietnam’s Industrial Growth Gets a New Twist

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

Vietnam, the thickly-populated developing country which had been struggling for the past 30 years due to war, loss of financial support, and the centrally-planned economy, is now slowly stabilizing and is proving to be one of the few fast-growing countries in the world. A number of industrial zones and major economic zones have been established in the country.

Located along the Asia-Pacific Rim in Southeast Asia, Vietnam’s industrial production value is said to have gained satisfactory growth with 73.7 trillion dong, rising 16.1 percent against the same period last year, of which, state economic zone saw a growth of 6.7 percent, private economic regions went up by 18.9 percent and foreign invested economic areas soared 18.5 percent, according to the general Statistic Office.


Magic in Mumbai: India the First Hosts To Win World Cup in Cricket

Thursday, July 14th, 2011

India’s cup of joy spilled over the streets of Mumbai when Mahendra Singh Dhoni hit his trademark square cut in the finals and India saw its first win of the World Cup in 28 years. It was a box-office hit on home soil. India was en route to chasing down a total of 274 which was the highest ever in a final.

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Mobile Apps Heat - A Rising Trend of Today

Friday, May 6th, 2011

Millions of Apps are downloaded everyday to mobiles, and millions more are getting developed simultaneously.

What are these apps, and why are they gaining widespread adoption in the business world?

Experience the power of mobile apps... Apps are end-user software applications that are designed for a cell phone operating system which extend the phone’s capabilities by allowing users to perform specific tasks. With the widespread acceptance of mobile technology, there has also been a steep increase in the development of application software that offers simple and effective communication and collaboration tools.

Gandhi and Obama

Fan of Mahatma Gandhi - President Obama in India

Friday, January 28th, 2011

US President Barack Hussein Obama, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, and the First Lady Michelle Obama’s 4 day visit to India has really opened new opportunities, a number of deals that are rich in bilateral benefits - shifting the paradigm in Indo-US relations and the role India plays in the World.


Emerging Storage Area Networking Trends

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

IBM, HP, Cisco, NetApp, Oracle and Hitachi are just a few storage area network solution vendors.

As storage costs increase, there is high demand for efficient and cost-effective storage area networks. Storage area networks, or SAN, are an architecture where remote computer data storage devices are attached to servers, enabling the devices to appear as locally attached to the operating system.


It's More than Asia's Biggest Slum - It's Home

Friday, October 1st, 2010

Dharavi is one of the largest slums in Asia, located in the suburbs of Mumbai, India, surrounded by Sion, Bandra, Kurla, and Kalina. Some call this place a shanty town; others see entrepreneurial business opportunities. Still, others believe that there is a hidden irony that depicts the life of people living in informal housing; a sort of perseverance, combating resilience.


Health Information Exchange, A Medical Necessity

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

Health information exchange (HIE) covers the complete spectrum of clinical integration, where all healthcare-related data are shared among facilities, health information organizations and agencies.

It is a method of creating networked medical records that would not be lost during any major emergency.


Huge Potential for Cloud Computing in Asia

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

Cloud computing takes software away from the desktop PC and moves it onto networks of data centers accessed via the Internet. It goes beyond grid computing, utility computing, virtualization, clustering, etc. where it is associated with a higher level service capabilities used to build applications. Here, the user of a service need not care about how it is implemented, what technologies are used or how it’s managed.


The Yellow Metal Rises Skyward

Sunday, August 1st, 2010



Ah, gold! How the yellow stuff glitters! For centuries, men have sailed across stormy seas and trekked through steaming jungles to hack the ore from the rock. When people heard the cry “there’s gold in them hills!” echo through the California mountains in 1849, thousands streamed in to cash in on the gold rush. The lucky ones could smelt and shape it into jewelry or bullion currency.


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