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Toyota launches improved version Innova Crysta, Fortuner

PANAJI: Standing firm by its ‘Customer first’ philosophy, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) announced the launch of the improved Innova Crysta and Fortuner. While the Innova Crysta launched in May 2016 has been the undisputed leader in the MPV segment known for its luxurious features, comfort, safety and powerful performance, the Fortuner with its bold design and imposing presence gives a distinctively new driving experience, delivering Toyota’s legendary promise of quality, durability and reliability (QDR) and off-road prowess. N Raja, deputy managing director, TKM said, “At Toyota, we truly believe in ‘Customer First’ philosophy and listen to our customers’ voice, continuously striving and innovating to make ever better cars and offer the best products and services.” NT

Usha launches new range of air coolers starting at `8,990

NEW DELHI: Consumer durable company Usha International launches new air coolers –Buddy and the Striker range, a statement here said on Wednesday. The Usha Striker range comes in a tall design ensuring direct cooling at the seated level and Buddy comes with a light-weight foldable trolley with castor wheels for easy mobility besides providing cooling at the right height. The new Striker range is equipped with larger water tanks of 100 ltrs and 70 ltrs capacity. UNI

Ericsson showcases 5G, IoT use cases

NEW DELHI: Telecom technology major Ericsson on Wednesday showcased use cases of 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) here, including Ericsson spectrum sharing, intelligent managed services and communication on smart devices. The Swedish company also showcased other technologies such as the concept “radio access network” products called Radio Stripes, to new Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) based ready solutions. “Ericsson now has 18 publicly announced 5G deals with customer names globally and we have already shipped 3 million 5G hardware ready radios till now,” said Nitin Bansal, Head of Ericsson India. PTI

 

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