Monday
2019-10-21
6:27 AM
CATEGORIES
E-BOOKS [31]
VIDEOS [16]
TECH NEWS [86]
CLICK ON DIS(MUST WATCH)
TEST [1]
PLEASE WATCH THIS
SCIENTIST BIOGRAPHY [4]
PLEASE READ
BUISINESS DETAILS [13]
movies [0]
watch movies ol nd u can download
Curriculum Vitae Overview [7]
Interview Questions [3]
LATEST TECHNICAL IMPORTANT NEWS [27]
Block title
CHAT
BlomMe
Statistics

Total online: 1
Guests: 1
Users: 0
FOLLOWERS
Login form
Calendar
«  June 2011  »
SuMoTuWeThFrSa
   1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
2627282930
$TOp It
RATE MA BLOG
Rate my BLOG
Total of answers: 71
Search
LOGIN
Block title
dictionary
POST COMMENTS
SHARE
VISITORS
A HEARTY WELCOME TO MA VISITORS 4R ENTERIN MA BLOG THNX 4R VISITIN MA BLOG
STUDENTS QUEST
Main » 2011 » June » 01
NEW DELHI: Indian companies have raised a total of USD 15.7 billion so far this year through debt securities, out of which mining major Vedanta Resources' USD 1.7 billion bond issue was the biggest. 

According to global deal tracking firm Dealogic, India Debt Capital Market (DCM) volume has reached USD 15.7 billion through 81 deals so far this year, out of which Vedanta Resources' USD 1.7 billion high yield issue is the largest India debt offering in 2011 year-to-date. 

On May 26, Vedanta Resources , a diversified metals and mining company, issued a USD 1.7 billion high yield bond via a consortium of eight bookrunners. 

Citigroup, Barclays Capital , Credit Suisse, Royal Bank of Scotland and Standard Chartered Bank were the joint global coordinators and book runners for the issue, with Citi leading the execution of this offer. 

Vedanta's bond issue was the third offer since January, in which an Indian group raised over USD 1 billion from global markets. 

The other two offers were -- Tata Motors-Jaguar-Land Rovers' USD 1.62 billion (one billion pounds) and ICICI Bank's USD 1 billion offer. 

The DCM volume recorded so far this year however, represents a 25 per cent decline from the record USD 21 billion raised through 209 deals during the comparable 2010 period, Dealogic added. 
Category: BUISINESS DETAILS | Views: 650 | Added by: kc | Date: 2011-06-02 | Comments (0)

Economic growth
MUMBAI: India could be one of the largest economies in the world in the next two decades, according to an official from the Standard Chartered Bank . 

"We are projecting that by 2030, China, India and Brazil would be the world's first, third and fourth-largest economies," Standard Chartered Bank's Global Head (Client Access Transaction Banking) Neal Livingston said at an event here today. 

"Asia accounts for a third of the world's GDP and is responsible for more than two-third of the world GDP growth," he said. 

The bank expects a roll-over in the top five economies of the world and believes that their power could be under threat from the BRIC nations. 

India's GDP is expected to be $ 30-trillion by 2030. Increased capacity, better infrastructure, quality of education, health and hygiene are likely to boost India's growth. 

By 2030, China is likely to supersede the US and would reign as the super economy. China's GDP volume is expected to reach $ 73.5-trillion, the highest in the world. In 2010, China's GDP reached $ 5.9-trillion. 

The country with the highest population in the world will remain the main engine of growth that is sustained by the manufacturing industry. 

Moreover, the highly educated in China surged significantly. 

During the past 30-years, China's economy has changed from a centrally planned system that was largely closed to international trade to a more market-oriented one that has a rapidly-growing private sector. A major component supporting China's rapid economic growth has been exports growth. 

Brazil's GDP volume is expected to be around $ 12.2- trillion by 2030.
Category: BUISINESS DETAILS | Views: 718 | Added by: kc | Date: 2011-06-02 | Comments (0)

Intel officials say vendors are beginning to use Atom processors to power tablets not only because the chips can run Windows 7, but also because they allow the devices to run multiple OSes, providing an advantage over rival ARM Holdings.

At Taipei's Computex trade show, Intel has been showing off tablets running one of its newest Atom processors, Oak Trail. The tablets are capable of running Windows 7, Android and Intel's own MeeGo mobile OS. Several tablets at the trade show have been installed with multiple OSes.

ViewSonic unveiled a tablet called the ViewPad 10Pro, which can run both Android and Windows 7 simultaneously, with the user allowed to switch between them with a click of an icon. A tablet by Australian company Evolve III incorporates Windows 7, Android and MeeGo, allowing users to choose an OS when the device boots up.

"Because Intel architecture runs each one of these environments, we are now seeing innovation to run all of these environments on a single device," said Doug Fisher, the general manager of Intel's' system software division.

Intel officials detailed the company's tablet and notebook strategy at Computex on Wednesday. Intel has been working to develop low-power chips suitable to run on tablets. Intel has said that 35 tablets using the new Oak Trail tablet would be available in May.

Currently, most of the tablets on the market use chips from ARM because the processors are considered more power efficient. But Windows 7 does not run on ARM chips.

One of the major objectives of Intel's Atom processor Oak Trail was to run Windows 7 on a tablet, said Doug Davis, general manager of the company's netbook and tablet group. Many users, like those in education or finance, want to see Windows 7 applications in tablet form, he said during an interview with the press. "That's where we are seeing a lot of interest in our product," he added.

But Davis also said vendors are taking notice of how Intel's Atom processor can run multiple OSes on a single device, a feature Intel believes will make their tablets more appealing to users.

Fisher said Intel is working on virtualization technologies to make switching between multiple OSes on a tablet more seamless and convenient. "You are going to see an evolution and innovation around how you run multiple operating environments," he added.

While ARM chips cannot run the current version of Windows, Microsoft intends to change that with its next version of the OS. Intel and Microsoft, however, recently provided countering views over the capabilities of the new platform. Intel said the upcoming Windows version for ARM will not be able to run applications from older versions of the OS. Microsoft has said Intel's statement is inaccurate and misleading.

Category: TECH NEWS | Views: 480 | Added by: kc | Date: 2011-06-02 | Comments (0)

/news/0-0-1-0-16-4