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Reliance Infocomm Tied With Apollo To Provide Telemedicine Services

Reliance Infocomm, one of India's leading telecom companies, said Wednesday it had tied up with private healthcare chain Apollo Hospitals to provide telemedicine services in over 100 cities. // Under the agreement, Apollo Hospitals will leverage Reliance Infocomm's nationwide chain of 240 Web...

Doctors –you’ve Got Mal

...nistrative mix-ups and lesser mistakes in prescription of medicines. Rightly echoing sentiments of physicians around the world Chan Yeng Kit, CEO infocomm Development Authority,Singapore says: “The clinicians themselves must feel ownership for this; they must believe that this is something useful to them...

New System To Isolate People Affected By Bird Flu

... letters to Prime Minister and the Chief Minister, for installing the bird flu surveillance system. The chairman and managing director of Online infocomm Mr. Ragesh Shah said that after they had successfully isolated people from the SARS affected areas, they started working on a similar system that coul...
InfoComm in Biological News

Singapore research team first place in Brain-Computer Interface contest

... The Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) research team at Singapore's infocomm Research (I2R) has won first place in the worldwide BCI Competition IV, 2008, in all three electroencephalogram (EEG) based non-invasive BCI categorie...

Singapore's BIOPOLIS and FUSIONOPOLIS on stage in Boston this week

... biology, bioengineering and nanotechnology, medical biology, and clinical and translational research. A*STARs complementary research programs in infocomm and media, high performance computing, manufacturing, microelectronics, data storage, and chemical and materials science will soon be moving into Fusi...

GestureTek/Imagination Launch AirPoint, World's First Hand-Tracking Unit, for Shell Group.

...everal successes with GestureTek's leading-edge point and control technology for other clients, including Ford, Samsung, Bell Canada and the Singapore infocomm Development Authority. Imagination was looking for the latest innovation in gesture interface technology. The new, ultra-modern AirPoint system was id...

Singapore National Science and Technology Awards

... research laboratories in Singapore. The team from the Institute for infocomm Research invented the Advanced Audio Zip, a flexible audio coding tool that...anto Rahardja Dr Yu Rongshan Dr Lin Xiao Mr Huang Haibin Institute for infocomm Research, A*STAR "For their outstanding contributions to advancement in ...
InfoComm in Biological Technology

Sonic Foundry releases new product line, announces partner at InfoComm

Sonic Foundry, a Madison-based rich media systems provider, made two major announcements today from Las Vegas' InfoComm 2005, the largest tradeshow and conference in the professional audiovisual industry. The company is partnering with Vaddio, an automated camera systems provider, in order to ma...

BxVideo designs Web hosting service for Sonic Foundry media presentations

...site while working with Carnegie Mellon University, then cooperated with Sonic Foundry to develop its Web-based programs, which it will display at the infocomm 2004 trade show June 9-11 in Atlanta. It hopes to expand its capabilities by building on Mediasite, which can combine video, audio, slide shows and ot...

Sonic Foundry reports 12th consecutive quarter of record sales for Mediasite

...to $2.3 million a year ago. The company reported that incremental sales and marketing expenses related to the launch of new products and activities at infocomm 2005 resulted in higher operating expenses from the prior quarter. Cash used for operations decreased. Year-to-date, cash used in operating activ...
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