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    Nutanix: Simplifying Data Center Operations

    Over the last three decades, Indian born CEOs have played an imperative role in making the U.S. a technology powerhouse. Starting with Google and Microsoft to the smallest of flourishing companies, Indian diaspora has created a huge impact on the economy of the U.S. Indians often brings forth a concoction of lucrative and out-of-the-box business ideologies. To deliver customer-centric solutions and render tangible benefits, these Indians executives are developing state-of-the-art solutions for any and all complex problems. This has attracted investments in several sectors from several entities.

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Deep Learning And Future Of Healthcare

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