Monthly Archive: December 2007
"Accenture has been chosen by TerreStar Network Inc. to help build first fully Internet Protocol-based (IP) fourth-generation (4G) wireless communications network of North America. This wireless communications network will provide data, voice and streamed media to users at data rates that are much superior than those of existing wireless communications network. Financial terms of the agreements were not revealed.
TerreStar, as […]
"Angus Walker, Ernst & Young Oil and Gas National Leader in Australia, in the paper ""Towards Greater Cross Border Trade In Gas"", presented at the World Energy Congress on 13 November, describes how markets predominantly in the Asia Pacific region are growing more and more disconcerted, adding risks and corroding relationships that are necessary for the stability of the market.
"BearingPoint, one of the largest technology consulting services of the world, has been chosen by Industrial bank Co. of China (IBC) to provide a diagnostic study of the enterprise risk management practices of the company. This most recent project appears after BearingPoint s completion of a management accounting and budget planning project for Industrial Bank Co. of China.
Under the agreement […]
"According to the MoneyTree™ Report from PricewaterhouseCoopers and the National Venture Capital Association based on data provided by Thomson Financial, investment made by venture capitalists in 887 deals was $7.1 billion in the third quarter of 2007. Quarterly investment activity was slightly down compared to the second quarter of 2007 when investment made in 1,000 deals was $7.2 billion. The […]
Trusted Borders, a consortium of companies directed by Raytheon Systems Limited of the UK, which also includes Capgemini UK, has signed an agreement with the UK Home Office to execute the nation’s ‘e-Borders’ project, which is a sophisticated border control and security programme.
Simon Derbyshire, Executive Consultant, Government and Public Services, Capgemini UK, said
“Capgemini was engaged by the then Immigration […]