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Arcturus Networks, Encore Software And Redpine Signals Join Forces To Deliver Solutions Kit For Freescale Voice Processor, April 6, 2011

Encore partners with Verisilicon in developing Wideband IP Phone Reference Design, VERISILICON, August 27, 2007.

Encore Software successfully completes the IMS Forum Plugfest™ II Interoperability Event, IMS, June 26, 2007.

Low cost computer maker to work with software community, The Hindu, 19-May-2005.

Linux in India: Mobilis, a "Linux-based Mobile Desktop," Unveiled, Linux Business News, 15-May-2005 by Linux Business News Industry Desk.

Indian Linux appliance moves up-market, LinuxDevices.com, 13-May-2005.

A great leap in Indian IT, laptops for Rs 10,000 launched, DD News, 11-May-2005.

Here comes the no-frills, mobile computer system, The Hindu, 11-May-2005 by P Sunderarajan.

Bangalore firm launches low-cost PCs, Deccan Herald, 11-May-2005 by DH News Service New Delhi.

'Mobilis' PC @Rs10K! Encore, Encore!, Express India, 11-May-2005.

Bridge digital divide @ Rs 10,000, The Time of India, 11-May-2005.

Now, mobile desktop PCs!, CSIR, 10-May-2005.

Now, a mobile desktop at Rs 10,000, The Economic Times, 10-May-2005.

Now, mobile desktop PCs!, www.rediff.com, 10-May-2005.

Mobilis seeks to herald new PC revolution, NDTV (New Delhi), 10-May-2005 by Sunetra Choudhury.

Encore, CSIR roll out `people's computer', The Hindu Business Line, 10-May-2005 by Our Bureau.

Up for grabs: PCs for Rs 10,000 Add to Clippings, The Time of India, 10-May-2005.

The $200 PC, Listen to this Story, American Public Media, 10-May-2005.

Indian firm unveils low-cost Linux-based PCs, C|net NEWS.com 10-May-2005 by Dinesh C Sharma.

In Linux We Trust: Indian Jawans, Force3, Jan 29, 2005.

Army's SATHI, a hand held computer for jawans, Sify, Jan 6, 2005.

Encore's Sathi to Aid Army in CI Operations, Deccan Chronicle, Dec 4, 2004.

Hand-held Computer may Become Jawan's True Friend, The Hindu, Dec 5, 2004.

B'lore-based firm to supply hand-held PCs for Army: Indian soldier gets a best friend, The New Indian Express, Dec 9, 2004.

A Hand-held PC for keeping in Touch: Jawans Get A High-Tech Sathi to Roam Around, The Economic Times, New Delhi, Dec 23, 2004.

Computers for the Third Word, The Simputer is a Handheld Device Designed for Rural Villagers, Scientific American, October, 2002 by Fiona Harvey.

`Simputer' aimed at easing life in Indian villages, The Mercury News, August 14, 2002 by Mike Langberg.

Production of Simputer to begin by month-end, The Times of India Online, July 22, 2002 by PTI.

Encore Soft Readies Revenue Generation Plans For Simputer, The Financial Express, July 10, 2002.

Encore seeks distributors, OEMs for Simputer, CRN Network, July 10, 2002.

Simputer in Indian hands this month, Walletwatch.com, July 5, 2002 by Reuters.

India Rolls Out Cheap, Handheld Computer This Month, Reuters.com, July 5, 2002 by Anshuman Daga.

Simputer Project Receipient of the First Dewang Mehta Award for Innovation in Information Technology, Press Information Bureau, Government of India, April 12, 2002 by PIB Releases.

India's "poor-friendly" Simputer set for May launch, CIOL Online, March 6, 2002 by Anshuman Daga.

India's Simputer set for May rollout, The Times of India Online, March 6, 2002 by Reuters.

Media Lab Asia, Simputer join hands to reach the masses, Deccan Herald News Service, Mumbai, February 7, 2002 by Rajesh Parishwad

Made-in-Singapore 'Simputer' to roll out by April, ITAsiaOne, Business Times, January 14, 2002 by Leo Kee Chye

Portable computer for developing countries, CNETAsia, News and Technology, January 11, 2002 by Ernest Khoo.

The Simputer: A handheld for the masses?. CNETAsia, January 11, 2002 by Ernest Khoo.

Simputer, New York Times, December 9, 2001 by Bruce Sterling.

India's simple computer for the poor, BBC News, September 24, 2001 by BBC News.

$200 "Simputer" set for November roll-out, CNN.com, Business, August 21, 2001 by Reuters.

India's $200 "Simputer" Set for November Roll-Out, Washtech.com, August 20, 2001 by Anshuman Daga, Reuters.

FreeOS.com: The Simputer: Low cost computing, All Linux Devices, August 4, 2001.

Indian handheld to tackle digital divide, BBC News, July 18, 2001.

India and Japan: Wireless communications, Encore Software licenses GSM-AMR multirate speech coder to Elecs Industry, Electronic Business Asia, Thursday, July 26, 2001.

India to Compute on the Cheap, Wired News, June 28, 2001 by Swaroopa Iyengar.

Simputer demo before Advani, MSN, June 21, 2001 by MSN.

Joshi sings Simputer’s praises, MSN, June 7, 2001 by MSN.

Low-cost 'people's computers' target developing nations to get poor on-line, Workopolis.com, May 22, 2001 by Steven Chase - Steven Chase Technology Reporter.

Encore Software develops GSM-AMR (3GPP-AMR) speech coder for 3G wireless applications, Encore Software Ltd., Monday, May 14, 2001, Bangalore.

Simputer to bridge divide, Australian IT, May 8, 2001 by AFP in Bangalore.

A Simple Plan, Time Asia, April 30, 2001, Vol. 157 No. 17 by Phil Zabriskie.

21 New Gen Companies: Up and Emerging Big, A set of emerging companies that appear to have a technology advantage in an ongoing war for market share, Computers Today, March 16-31, 2001, By Srinivas R in Bangalore, K Jayadev in Hyderabad, Indrajit Basu in Kolkata and Sudhir Chowdhary in New Delhi.

"Intellectual property model is far more substainable than the services one", Computers Today, January 1-15, 2001, Chief Guest.

Encore chief in top 100 technocrats league, The Times of India, Tuesday, November 14, 2000, IT Correspondent, Bangalore.

Encore CEO among 'tech pioneers', The Hindu Business Line, Tuesday, November 14, 2000, Our Bureau, Bangalore, Nov 13.

Vinay Deshpande is WEF tech pioneer for 2001, The Economic Times, Thursday, November 9, 2000, Bangalore.

Encore and Commetrex Announce Strategic Partnership, Members of the TI Third Party Developers Program Join Forces, Atlanta, GA, USA, September 25, 2000.

'Hardware industry must invest in R&D', The Hindu Business Line, Friday, September 8, 2000, Vishwanath Kulkarni and Vardarajan V K, Bangalore, Sept. 7, 2000.

'Simputer' aims at the Developing World, IDG News Service, Bangalore Bureau, June 22, 2000 by John Riberio.

Infineon Technologies licenses modem solution from Encore Software, Electronic News Online, Friday, May 26, 2000.

Encore Software develops low-cost Net-access device for rural areas, The Financial Express, Tuesday, February 29, 2000, Nitya Varadarajan, Chennai.

Encore Software to focus on DSP tech, Deccan Herald, Wednesday, February 2, 2000, Bangalore.

Eyeing two acquisitions, The Economic Times, Wednesday, February 2, 2000, K C Krishnadas, Bangalore.

Indian company does an encore with technology licensing, Express Computer, 7 June 1999, Deepak Kumar, Bangalore.

The quest for a better, IT-driven life, The Economic Times, Thursday, 5 November, 1998, Kalpana Shah, Bangalore.

Innovation, 'the key to success', The Hindu Business Line, Thursday, November 5, 1998, Our Special Correspondent, Bangalore, Nov. 4.

This Yantra needs a marketing mantra, The Economic Times, Tuesday, 25 March 1997, K C Krishnadas, Bangalore.

Ncore develops the lightest notebook computer, Business Standard, Tuesday, 19 November 1996, Srinivas Venugopal, Bangalore.

Ncore to focus on hardware design, The Hindu Business Line, Tuesday, November 5, 1996, Arun Natarajan, CHENNAI, Nov. 4.

Ncore is first Indian co to develop 28.8k modems, Express Computer, 8 July 1996, George Eby Mathew, Bangalore.

Ncore develops world's lightest notebook, Yantra will weigh 2.1 kgs with CD-ROM drive, cost $3000, Express Computer, 1 January 1996, George Eby Mathew, Bangalore.

Lets meet India's guru of high tech, San Jose Mercury News, Business, Sunday 2 July 1995, Michael Zielenziger.




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