Aveco Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Aveco Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad is a trusted name in the AV market in India with over 17 years of experience in distribution. With a network of over 500 dealers pan India, it has established itself as a leading AV distribution house in India. AVECO represent Sanyo range of multimedia projectors, LCD/plasma TV, and security & surveillance products and DGS&D rate contract holders of Sanyo multimedia projectors. Aligning itself to cater to the booming educational market in India, Aveco launched AVECO eGuru range for interactive white boards and wireless tablets these come in different sizes from 67” to 105” diagonal and it is also for the first time that a dual pen model is being launched in the market. Further , tying up with Korea Based Pen and Free Co., Ltd AVECO launches its range of portable interactive white board products in India. The range consists of uBoard & eBoard, portable interactive white board systems that transforms any flat surface into an INTERACTIVE whiteboard instantly and DUO which offers the tablet PC functionalities on your PC. Contact Details: Name: P Vinodh Designation: GM – Sales & Marketing Address: 4th Floor, Surya Towers 104, Sardar Patel Road Secunderabad, India-500003 Tel: +9140 27811032 Fax: +9140 27840279 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Wibsite: www.avecoindia.com
IIT Bombay Selected Annual HP Labs Innovation Research Programme HP announced that the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay) has been selected to participate in the prestigious HP Labs Innovation Research Program (IRP). The program is designed to provide colleges, universities and research institutes around the world with opportunities to conduct breakthrough collaborative research with HP. Associate Professor Soumen Chakrabarti, from IIT Bombay will collaborate with HP Labs on a research initiative focused on ‘Semantic Linkage between the Web, Intranet and Wikipedia: Discovery and Exploitation in Search and Aggregation’. The work is being conducted in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Bombay. The project explores how connections between diverse sets of information can be made using semantic (meaning-based) relationships. Search systems today are isolated in data silos. A blog may review a tablet PC, providing valuable user input on wireless signal strength and battery life but, there may be no explicit link to manufacturer or vendor pages. Chakrabarti and his team are exploring means to annotate unstructured text and Web sources with semantic links to semi-structured databases of types, entities and attributes, such as Wikipedia and product catalogs. “Put simply, our project will - for example - enable search engines to build a scatter plot of battery life against retail price or weight, automatically aggregated over millions of pages related tablet PCs. The project will also address accompanying challenges of scale; for example, the index will span billions of pages, each with hundreds of links to structured catalogs that may have tens of millions of entities and types. Processing queries over these novel indices also present significant challenges in the areas of machine learning and information retrieval,” said Professor Chakrabarti.”Our goal with the HP Labs Innovation Research Program is to inspire the brightest minds from around the world to conduct high-impact scientific research, addressing the most important challenges and opportunities facing society in the next decade,” said Sudhir Dixit, Director, HP Labs, India. “IIT Bombay has demonstrated outstanding achievement and we look forward to collaborating with it on this dynamic area of research.”
Published on Mar 5, 2012
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