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Infosys to acquire InSemi

Computerworld Vertical IT

Infosys on Thursday announced plans to acquire InSemi, a company specializing in semiconductor design and embedded services, for an undisclosed sum. The acquisition, set to be finalized in the current quarter, aims to enhance Infosys' engineering R&D expertise.

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Smart Axiata and Infosys: An open approach to innovation

TM Forum

Axiata and Infosys which are working together on large-scale commercial Open RAN deployments, discuss the importance of openness from a network and technology perspective and the need for an innovative ecosystem as telcos move towards 5G.

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Axiata and Infosys adopt openness as a strategy

TM Forum

Infosys is helping communication service providers (CSP) such as Axiata to go beyond connectivity profitably, including in the B2B market. Axiata is implementing an ambitious transformation plan to move beyond being a pure connectivity player while improving profitability. Watch the video.

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How Infosys and Tennis Australia are harnessing technology for good

CIO Business Intelligence

Tackling this conundrum is something $18 billion IT services organisation, Infosys, is working hard to do as it partners with organisations such as Tennis Australia and the annual Australian Open. It was also the motivator behind every presentation and technology investment discussion at this year’s Infosys APAC Confluence event.

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Infosys: Enterprises can boost profits by speeding up cloud adoption

Venture Beast

Increasing cloud adoption and new business capabilities could add $414 billion profit to the industry, said global IT consulting firm Infosys. Read More.

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Infosys CEO resigns amid public criticism from a founder

Computer Weekly

Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka steps down, with the company blaming criticism from a company founder for his decision

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Infosys APAC Confluence 2020: Great Messages, But Now Comes The Hard Part Of Execution

Forrester IT

It has been quite a start to 2020, and we’re barely out of January! China reported its first death from an unknown type of coronavirus; basketball legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash (#mambaforever); and more than 50 bushfires are still burning across Australia. In the face of […].

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