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India got bitten by the Virtualization bug



It seems like the Indians are finally getting to get grip on themselves and getting serious with it. Honestly I still need to see this really happening. We are ourselves looking for several In-sourcing firms (the one's who are taking all the outsourcing orders from the West and even regionally) and also our tie-ups with the BPO/IPO independent advisers (I will soon publish a Dual-Interview with a top Virtualization vendor and major Outsourcing advisor about their views and relationships of Virtualization and Outsourcing)tell us that this is increasingly becoming part of their advisory package. With "this" I meant the Infrastructure and Virtualization in particular.

In 2007, Indian enterprises would graduate to the second level of 'Dynamic IT infrastructure', where IT infrastructure would be able to effect changes in response to the changing business scenario, it said.

The key technology components that would come to the fore to attain this state would be virtualization, SOA and application integration.


And firms like TCS, Wipro, HCL, Satyam are not the only ones that need to capitalize on it. I actually expect low-cost rivals to grab that market. IBM, Accenture and other consulting too are in the run but "might find too much trouble getting that cultural compatibility hurdle evenly balanced", aldus a consultant.

While there are so many big names , I won't be surprised if VMware got into the "Solutions/Consultancy". That would be pretty well in line with our strategy articles here and would be able to capitalize on this huge market

Anyways here's the news article...

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