We’ve got no problem working with government again
How have the last 12 months been for you with old partners leaving and new companies joining you to develop the Aakash?
The going has been great after February and sales went through the roof after that. However, the four months of November to February were tough, but we persevered and the government had a strong vision that no roadblock could hinder. Only IIT Jodhpur and Quad Systems left us and IIT Bombay and C-DAC were roped in by the ministry of human resource development. They conspired a competitive product using our know-how but that was behind us by February. Working with IIT Bombay is good, they are professional people who are focused on developing content and applications that will be useful for students. We have developed a next generation device with them.
What are the features of this device and how is it different from its predecessor? At what price will it be available?
We have increased the processing power from 330 Mhz to 1 Ghz, RAM from 256 MB to 512 MB, a
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