IT achievements of India in 2010
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IT achievements of India in 2010

By Juby Thomas, SiliconIndia   |    2 Comments
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Bangalore: 2010 has been a good year for the Indian IT industry with a healthy growth. Putting behind fiscal 2009-10 as a year of downturn, when the annual growth plunged to six percent after a scorching cumulative growth of 25-30 percent during the previous four years, the industry returned to double-digit growth in this fiscal (2010-11), thanks to renewed investments by all the firms across verticals in IT infrastructure, software and back office services.


In 2010, Intel tried to extend Moore's Law with further advancements in 32 nanometer processors through the launch of the Intel Core family of processors, and made significant inroads in such growth businesses as netbooks, smart TVs, in-vehicle infotainment, and a variety of additional consumer electronic devices and connected embedded machines.

Intel's minority stake in the Bangalore-based Omnesys Technologies, attempt to bringout affordable PCs for the Indian market and the launch of the Atom processor E600 series in the country are some of the major achievements in 2010.


In 2010, Wipro was featured in FinTech rankings on Top 25 Enterprise companies published by the American Banker and Bank Technology News, and IDC Financial Insights. The company also launched New European Development Centre in Budapest, Hungary.

Wipro became the first Indian company to join Greenpeace's Cool IT Leaderboard rankings that assesses companies on their commitments and actions on energy and climate solutions. U.S. department of defence present Wipro with the "Patriot Award" - Honored for Extraordinary Support of Employees Who Serve in the Georgia National Guard and Reserv.

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Posted by:jaya - 03 Jan, 2011
2: It's good to see that Indian companies are back with the bang, we are definitely at the top of the world as far as IT is concerned. Hopefully this boom will result in more jobs.

But on the other hand students must also be prepared well for the industry e.g. they should know atleast one prog. language and must have a certification. e.g. Java has a SCJP certification. I find this site very helpful for that:

All the best to all the future IT pros
Posted by:Raj - 01 Jan, 2011