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Qualcomm Venture declares QPrize Finalists for India, 2010

Team YS
11th Jan 2011
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YourStory has learnt that 8 mobile and wireless startups from across India have been selected for the Finals of QPrize 2010. The finalists were selected from among over 120 entries received for the prestigious awards after a rigorous screening and selection process. The finals are being conducted today at Mumbai and promise to be an exciting showcase of high powered Indian mobile technology ventures. YourStory brings you a brief on the shortlisted finalists.

Reach360 is a technology focused solutions provider for running online marketing campaigns effectively. They offer various forms of interactive advertisements with advanced options for ad-delivery that allow advertisers to implement wide range of multimedia advertising.

  • Reverie: Arvind Pani

Reverie Technologies provides users with the choice to read text in any language independent of the source language of the text. A device manufacturer does not need to support all complex scripts of the world on the device if they make use of Reverie’s products. The company thereby enables display of, interaction in and content creation in local languages.

United Mobile Apps Pvt. Ltd. has developed a powerful platform that allows users to take full control of their mobile device and to enable seamless access to their important data irrespective of where the data stays. The company is developing an entire ecosystem to enable enterprises and individuals share and sync the data across platforms and devices.

Deltecs InfoTech is a leading mobile learning solutions provider. Its flagship product DRONA launched in mid 2009 caters to the learning & training needs of the distributed work force of any organization. It’s solutions are tailored for the needs of sales training, product training, on-the move training of various industries like NBFC, BFSI, ITeS, Pharma, Education, Retail and many more.

Mobiesta gives details on the latest events and happenings of the city and extra details on what’s making your city rock. The GPRS driven Mobile App is compatible with all the Java enabled handsets and also Blackberry, Android, iPhone and Symbian platforms. It covers over 9 categories and 35 sub categories.

Quantama’s mobile app called Qube allows consumers to find places of interest, deals, promotions and events in the location he/she is. On the other hand, Qube helps retailers to democratically hear the wisdom of their consumers by tracking reviews, click-through and recommendations. Qube enables behavioral targeting for making the BTL activities effective and efficient.

  • Buzzstream (Crosslink Research): M K Santosh

BuzzStream is an innovative service that implements localized mobile streaming and playback of community news feeds, short video films and audio podcasts on public transport vehicles using femto antennas on street lights. The service may also be easily extended to parks and other public spaces owned by the urban municipality. The streaming service will be coupled with open applications that enable interactive participation of commuters by using their mobile devices.

  • Awishcar: Pratik

Awishcar offers dynamic web2.0 development and consultancy for open source solutions. The company is also developing, Tabloid (a tablet) which is a device for information exchange over the cloud. It utilizes their proprietary BEAM protocol to communicate with devices and share data on the cloud. Tabloid brings News, Learning and Live Conferencing facilities to the user.

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