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Samsung Rules Mobile Market in India but Micromax Catching up
International Business Times India

Samsung Rules Mobile Market in India but Micromax Catching up

A Micromax mobile phone is kept on display at a showroom in New Delhi December 6, 2013. [Representational Image] Reuters The race to reach the top of the mobile market in India is getting extremely heated, as a new report pitches Samsung as the ... International Business Times India, 1 week ago
Micromax Can't Beat Samsung in India? Indiatimes, 1 week ago
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With Growth of 84% in Q2, India Smartphone Market Still Has Immense Potential

The smartphone market in India has maintained its growth impetus with smartphone shipments achieving year on year growth of 84% in Q2 2014 and a quarter over quarter growth of 11%. The potential for future growth in the smartphone market remains ...
 Cellular-News1 week ago Smartphones grow 84% in India  The Statesman1 week ago Indian mobile phone market growing at over 80%: IDC  India Tech Online1 week ago With an Year-on-Year Growth of 84%, Smartphone Market Still Has An Immense Potential: Says IDC  PressReleasePoint1 week ago
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Micromax Closing in on Samsung Mobile in India

Though Samsung is still the leading phone maker in India, homegrown brand Micromax is closing in on the Korean company's lead, says a report. According to a report by research firm IDC, Samsung was leading in the Indian handset market with a ...
 NDTV Profit1 week ago Micromax Closing in on Samsung in India: IDC  NDTV Profit1 week ago Look Who's Rivaling Samsung Mobile  NDTV Profit1 week ago
NDTV

Samsung Still the Biggest Mobile Vendor in India: IDC

A recent report by technology market research firm Counterpoint made headlines when it claimed that Micromax had overtaken Samsung as the biggest mobile phone vendor in India . Counterpoint said that Micromax had16.6 percent marketshare in Q2 ...
 NDTV1 week ago Samsung Still India's Biggest Mobile Vendor: IDC  NDTV1 week ago

Samsung leads in Q2, but Micromax narrows gap: IDC

NEW DELHI: The Indian handset market currently led by Samsung with Micromax at No. 2 could see a reshuffle in the rankings among the top five vendors in coming quarters, as Chinese and local device makers aggressively tap the entry level segment of ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Samsung leads India market in Q2, but Micromax narrows gap: IDC  Economic Times1 week ago Samsung leads India market in Q2 but Micromax narrows gap, reshuffle on cards: IDC  Economic Times1 week ago
Channel Times

Sub $200 Smartphones Drive Mobile Shipment Growth: IDC

New Delhi, August 18:Korean electronics major Samsung continues to retain the top position in the Indian mobile phone market with a Q2 share of 17%, closely followed by homegrown player Micromax with 14% according to the latest report from ...
 Channel Times1 week ago Samsung still the top mobile phone brand but Micromax closing in: IDC  Hindu Business Line1 week ago

IDC India ropes in Mahalingam Balaji as research director

MUMBAI: IDC India has announced the appointment of Mahalingam Balaji to the post of research director. Balaji joins IDC from Hewlett-Packard India, where he was director of strategy and planning for printing and personal systems group. He ...
 Indian Television3 weeks ago HP's Mahalingam Balaji joins IDC as Senior Research Leader  VAR India3 weeks ago IDC Appoints A Senior Research Leader ...  EFYTimes.com3 weeks ago IDC appoints Mahalingam Balaji for South Asia Team  India Infoline3 weeks ago

Piracy may cost India's Manufacturing Sector Upto 40 Times Their Saving On Legal Software Costs, Say IDC

Against the backdrop of the Law Against Unfair Competition in the United States, International Data Corporation (IDC) unveiled a whitepaper on the possible risk for India's manufacturing sector due to non-compliance with clean IT practices.
 Dataquest2 months ago Piracy Can Cost 40 Times The Saving On Legal SW: IDC  Light Reading India2 months ago Software Piracy Will Have Negative Impact On India's Exporters: IDC  Channel Times2 months ago
Business Standard India

Pirated software may lead to $35-mn export loss

IDC study says non-compliance could put to risk nearly $790 bn worth of exports in 2014 across six countries of India, China, Brazil, Mexico, Turkey and Thailand Press Trust of India | New Delhi June 27, 2014 Last Updated at 00:10 IST Related News ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago Use of pirated software by mid-sized Indian Company can expose Co to export loss of $35 mn: IDC  India Infoline2 months ago 'Use of pirated software by mid-sized cos could cause export loss of $35 mn'  Hindu Business Line2 months ago
Economic Times

Budget 2014 to create Rs 4,000 cr opportunity for IT industry

By Jaideep Mehta The union budget is a positive step towards the government's efforts to revive the economy and promote economic growth. The emphasis on the infrastructure and manufacturing sectors will lay foundational for a nation at India's ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Budget: What's cheaper, what's costlier?  Rediff.com1 month ago Union Budget Lends Support to IT Initiatives  IT Next1 month ago Budget Overall Positive For Industry, Say Experts  Light Reading India1 month ago
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