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Japanese delegation visits CoE’s Innovation Lab in Bangalore

NASSCOM hosted a Japanese delegation in Bangalore on 5th February to discuss collaborative efforts between Japan and India to boost the startup ecosystem.

Kenji Hiramatsu, ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary, Embassy of Japan; Tetsuya Uetake, first secretary, Food & Agriculture, Embassy of Japan; and Takayuki Kitagawa, consul general, Consulate General of Japan interacted with NASSCOM’s senior leaders including KS Viswanathan, vice-president, Industry Initiatives, Sanjeev Malhotra, CEO of Center of Excellence and Gagan Sabharwal, senior director for Global Trade Development over digital integration for corporates, supporting the technology and startup ecosystem.

The delegates paid a visit to the CoE's Innovation Lab as well where they witnessed firsthand the work of incubated startups and their products.

NASSCOM Chairman Rishad Premji interacts with startups in Bangalore

Rishad Premji, chairman of NASSCOM paid a visit to NASSCOM Bangalore where he interacted with startups associated with NASSCOM10K Warehouse and CoE IoT-DSAI, and extensively discussed the deep tech ecosystem in India.

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IoT Hajime Malware

The New IoT Malware Hajime Is Increasingly Affecting Over 300,000 Devices

For some individuals, there is a developing worry over smart devices gaining more popularity in the market and, of course in our day to day life. While smart devices make everyday life more advantageous, there is a hidden danger of malware assaulting and making utilisation of these devices. One such illustration is Hajime, an Internet of Things (IoT) malware which is responsible for creating peer-to-peer botnet. As of now, it has already infected about 300,000 IoT devices. read more

IoT Market Will Account for 7% of Global IT Spending by 2025

The connected devices revolution has already begun, and research firms are portraying a rosy picture of IoT industry. By 2025, global IoT market is estimated worth $300 billion, a 150% increase from $120 billion in 2015.


The growth of IoT sector can be evaluated with the fact that that total global IT spending is estimated to grow from $3.3 trillion in 2015 to $4.8 trillion by 2025, and IoT market is estimated to account 7% of it.

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