Simmtronics headed to become No. 1 memory products company in Asia
Simmtronics Semiconductors, one of the leading brands in memory module, motherboards and VGA cards business; ranked amidst Top 5 memory companies in the world and also ranked as No. 1 memory module company in Asia-Pacific besides a few other countries announced that it has recently conducted a mega channel activation program in Iran.
Free WiFi for Simmtronics XPad users
Simmtronics, a tablet manufacturer based in India, has announced that the users of its 7 inch display bearing Xpad tablet can now enjoy free WiFi at over 5000 locations across the country. For the, it has joined hands with Ozone, a WiFi hotspot provider, that offers WiFi hotspots across India in locations like shops and cafes, educational institutions, hotels, malls and airports etc.
How Indrajit Sabharwal made Simmtronics Semiconductors into a Rs 550 crore business
What does it take to build a Rs 550 crore company that ranks among the leading manufacturers of memory modules, motherboards, tablets and more? A hefty investment? Loads of luck? Prominent angel investors? In the case of Simmtronics Semiconductors, it was none of the above, just old-fashioned diligence.
Simmtronics enters smartphone business, aims Rs 800 crore by March
NEW DELHI: Tablet maker Simmtronics today made a foray into smartphone segment with the launch of two Android-based handsets at a price starting from Rs 3,499 and also announced an investment of Rs 200 crore in the new business.
The company introduced two handsets under the Xpad brand at a price ranging from Rs 3,499 to Rs 8,999.
Simmtronics ties up with Digilife
Simmtronics Semiconductors Ltd on Tuesday announced a tie-up with Digilife Distribution and Marketing Services Ltd (DDMS), a 100 per cent subsidiary of HCL Infosystems Ltd, to distribute its tablets in India.
Simmtronics Offers Netbooks in Emerging Markets with IBM Cloud Services and Software for under $200
Simmtronics Simmbook Heading to Emerging Markets Thanks to IBM and Canonical
The Simmtronics Simmbook is one of those devices that needs to be in emerging markets. There is plenty of competition in markets like the United States, Japan, and Europe, so a netbook of this caliber just makes more sense where less money, means more of an opportunity. The Simmbook is being helped along by a partnership from its parent company, with IBM and Canonical, all in hopes to bring the little netbook to markets for less than its current $190 price tag.
Simmtronics, IBM and Canonical bring $190 Simmbook to emerging markets
Simmtronics’ Simmbook netbook has been floating around for a few months now, but it’s just gotten a considerable boost thanks to a partnership with IBM and Canonical, who have teamed up with the company in an effort to bring the netbook to emerging markets. That confluence of companies means the netbook will run on Ubuntu Netbook Remix and come pre-loaded with IBM’s Client for Smart Work, which includes Lotus Symphony and access to various cloud-based services.