Satyam, TI in consulting pact

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 20 February 2003, 08:00 Hrs
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MUMBAI: Satyam Computer Services on Thursday said that this move will drastically reduce time-to-market for customers working on wireline, wireless, audio-speech and video-imaging applications.

By working with Texas Instruments, Satyam will assist in accelerating development cycles for both customers of DSP products and manufactures of the devices around the world. Its broad range of domain expertise allows it to provide the key solution to complement Texas Instruments’ DSP customers, including modern technologies, protocol stacks, multimedia codes, human machine interface and applications.

Meanwhile, at the bourses, the Satyam Computer scrip was trading at Rs 222.20, down 0.91 per cent from its previous close of Rs 224.25 at the BSE today. At the Wall Street on Wednesday, the scrip ended lower by 1.13 per cent to end at $10.53.

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