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Microsoft sets up Interop lab in Bangalore

In continuation of its ongoing efforts to address the interoperability needs of customers, Microsoft Corporation today announced two new initiatives at the Microsoft Interoperability Conclave held in Bangalore today. The two initiatives include – Microsoft's first Interoperability Lab in India, designed to help customers envision and build solutions which are interoperable; Open Source Technology Program designed to further open source research and development of open source applications on the Windows platform in collaboration with leading engineering institutes in the country.

Focused at discussing issues, challenges and solutions to foster interoperability, the Conclave drew participation from leading academicians, bureaucrats and industry professionals including Dr D B Phatak, Professor, IIT Bombay, Mr R Chandrashekhar, Additional Secretary (E-Governance), Department of Information Technology, Govt of India, Mr Nandan Nilekani, Co-Chairman, Infosys and Craig Mundie, Chief Research & Strategy Officer, Microsoft .


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