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E-Insurance and Its Role in business expansion

E-insurance is the use of internet and information technology to produce and distribute the insurance services. E-insurance is providing insurance coverage through an insurance policy, in which all request, proposal, contract, negotiation will be performed online. E-insurance will reduce managerial and administrative costs through the process of business automation, and

Cisco Announces Intent to Acquire Silicon Photonics Leader, Luxtera

Cisco announced in December the intent to acquire privately-held Luxtera, Inc, a semiconductor company based in Carlsbad, Calif. that uses silicon photonics to build integrated optics capabilities for webscale and enterprise data centers, service provider market segments, and other customers, a press release from Cisco said. Luxtera's technology, design, and manufacturing

Cisco SONFlex Helps VodafoneZiggo Ready for 5G with RAN Automation

  Last month, Cisco announced its plans to execute on a radio access network (RAN) automation strategy using the Cisco SON (self-organizing network) platform for VodafoneZiggo, a press release on the company website said. VodafoneZiggo is now deploying the new Cisco SONFlex Suite, building on its existing deployment of Cisco SON applications


Facebook has been recruiting cryptocurrency and blockchain specialists, suggesting the technology giant is moving forward with plans to launch its own cryptocurrency within the next year or two. Facebook announced back in May 2018 that it was creating a blockchain division to investigate ways it could leverage the technology for its

CoinText launches Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Wallet in Bangladesh, a cryptocurrency wallet provider that enables users to conduct bitcoin cash transfers without internet through text message has launched its Bitcoin Cash (BCH) wallet in Bangladesh. "Bangladesh is the ideal country for CoinText," explains CoinText founder and CTO Vin Armani. "Very few people have smartphones or cellular data in Bangladesh. CoinText

W3 Engineers of Bangladesh to receive UNICEF’s Innovation Fund

W3 Engineers of Bangladesh is one of the six companies in developing and emerging economies that will receive investment from UNICEF's Innovation Fund to solve global challenges using blockchain technology. The UNICEF Innovation Fund will invest up to $100,000 USD in the six companies; Atix Labs (Argentina), Onesmart (Mexico), Prescrypto (Mexico),


To create a cashless society, minimize risk and provide ease to customers while paying; eCommerce transaction is becoming a convenient way. Customer can buy products and services like, order groceries, book tickets and reserve hotels without the hassle of going outside of home. Digital transaction through eCommerce is growing at


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