snom AG, founded in 1996 in Berlin, Germany, develops and produces VoIP telephones for business communication, particularly for small- and medium-scale businesses (SMEs). Its India branch, snom Technology India, was set up 10 years ago by Karthik Natarajan, Managing Director, and the company has grown from strength to strength since.
IT major Cisco has announced its involvement in a venture fund, Aavishkar India II, which will aid the development of entrepreneurship in rural and semi-urban parts of the country. The venture fund is a part of Cisco’s decision to invest USD200 million in venture capital funds in India.
In an exclusive interview with Faiz Askari of SupportBiz.com, Anant Deshpande, VP, Business Development, Enterprise of Cisco India and SAARC spoke about cloud computing and its relevance for small and mid-sized businesses.
Technology solutions providers like Symantec and Lenovo are all stepping up their focus on the Indian SME market, with the latter opening its first SME-specific PC store in Pune this February. Enterprise communication solutions firm Cisco is the latest entrant.
India’s intellectual capital is similar to that of the US but what India needs is a way to enable its people.
Leaders from the information technology sector across India share their Budget expectations.