News Roundup: Bharti Airtel to Launch Managed Hosting and Cloud Services in India, ICC To Track Mobile Networks

Savvis and Airtel have announced an agreement to launch managed hosting and cloud computing initiative in India.

The agreement will expand access to Savvis’ wide range of managed hosting and cloud services to enterprises operating in or expanding into India. Savvis will extend its infrastructure and service platforms in existing airtel data centers throughout Indiaand establish local operations teams to support both local and global clients.

Savvis expects to begin the rollout of its services through airtel’s Bangalore data center in early 2011 with future expansion into other airtel data centers located in New Delhi, Pune, Mumbai and Chennai. [details]

RCom Launches Job Search on Voice

”Reliance Job Search on Voice” service enables job seekers to listen to the job announcements, while the recruiter can listen to profiles of hundreds of candidates that matches his requirement. he service will be charged at Rs 30 for 30 days and there would be no browsing charges.

DoCoMo Launches Name Tunes

Name Tunes is a first of its kind service in the country that allows subscriber to greet callers with his/her Name & personalized message of their choice from a set your template messages, instead of listening to a traditional Tring-Tring or musical caller tune.

DoCoMo partnered with mCarbon for this service.

ICC to track mobile networks, Web

The International Cricket Council (ICC) will monitor mobile networks and the Internet in a bid to prevent piracy during World Cup 2011. A 24-hour monitoring team will crawl the Web to check for any violation and send legal notices to violators immediately. The firm will also be tracking mobile networks (of operators, resellers and companies) in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh so that no individual or company commercialises through unauthorised sale of live scores, mobile applications etc

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