Posted in Announcements, From Headlines, Interesting, News and Views, Tech News, tagged 612 Scaglietti, Ferrari, Gabriel Lalli, Harvey Nichols, India, India's Billionaires, Luxury, News, Rattan Tata, Retail, Rolls Royce, Tata Motors on 31 March 2008|
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Ferrari has announced that they will soon open 6 showrooms in India by 2010. There are about 36 Ferrari cars plying in India which were sold through Ferrari’s Singapore hub. Ferrari has five models which range between $276,280 on the lower side to $ 363,120 at the upper end.
Ferrari recently – and rather bravely – sent out two reinforced 612 Scaglietti super cars to tour the sub-continent’s potholed highways to showcase the marque. The car will be driving across 57 cities of India in 64 days. About 13,000 km will be covered during this tour.
“We had conducted such tours in countries like China earlier. India is a popular choice for us since sports car fanatics are no less here as well,” says Gabriel Lalli from Ferrari.
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Posted in Education, From Headlines, General, Information, Interesting, News and Views, Tech News, tagged Apache Hadoop, Cloud Computing, Computational Research Laboratories, CRL, Google, Hadoop Summit, Indian, News, Pune, Rattan Tata, Ron Brachman, Supercomputers, TATA, Tata Sons, Technology, USA, Yahoo on 24 March 2008|
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Yahoo has struck an agreement with Computational Research Laboratories, a unit of Tata Sons Ltd., to pursue research on “cloud computing” technologies. Yahoo said the project with the laboratory in Pune would use the world’s fourth-fastest supercomputer and Apache Hadoop, a framework for creating software that can handle large amounts of data using several computers. (more…)
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