Warsaw: The Indian Community celebrated Republic Day in Poland with great enthusiasm despite intense cold weather and rains.
Indians on Tuesday assembled at the newly built Indian embassy in great numbers, many coming from other cities such as Krakow and Gdansk.
Indian ambassador to Poland Ajay Bisaria unfurled the tricolour and read out President Pranab Mukherjee’s speech.
Bisaria told the assembly that a Polish delegation led by the deputy Prime Minister will attend the ‘Make In India’ festival in Mumbai in February and that trade between the two countries will touch $5 billion by the end of 2017.(IANS)(image: weiku.com)
As many as 204.5 million WiFi enabled consumer devices were sold in 2018, with mobile phones contributing close to 90 per cent of the sales, a new report said on Tuesday.
According to market research firm techARC, WiFi sale of enabled devices is expected to grow at 8 per cent in 2019 with sales touching 221 million units, primarily led by smart and connected devices for home and office automation.
“The future lies in wireless highspeed connectivity and WiFi offers one of the most reliable and affordable alternatives to it. We have seen so far WiFi enablement through legacy IT and communications devices like laptops, routers and smartphones.
“This is now shifting to other consumer electronics like TVs, lighting, ACs and refrigerators. At the same time, it’s also penetrating into automobiles as well as other traditionally dumb IT peripherals like storage devices,” Faisal Kawoosa, Founder and Chief Analyst at techARC, said in a statement.
In terms of active user base, the research firm estimates India is having close to 600 million consumer devices being used for communication, productivity, entertainment and other smart and connected use cases.