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June 29th, 2007

TCS strengthens patent portfolio

Abstract:
TCS has 19 innovation labs across the world, of which around seven are in India. To extend this concept to its clients and partners, the company launched the ‘Co-Innovation Network' (COIN) in January 2007. COIN is a collaboration of TCS, academic institutions, industry bodies, alliance partners, customers, venture capitalists and 8-9 Silicon Valley start-ups. The TCS Labs' has also made a foray in the embedded systems arena — especially for "cognitive radios" - and "nanotechnology". Krishnan says cognitive radios are "a potentially disruptive technology being researched for future wireless communications". The approach here is to bring intelligence to the radios that have an evolutionary path from Software Defined Radios (SDR). Regulatory certification for a cognitive radio is one of the major challenges for the deployment of such devices.

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