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Subject: (New) R&D companies in Bangalore and Delhi, India
Category: Business and Money
Asked by: 161tat-ga
List Price: $55.00
Posted: 21 Feb 2004 12:05 PST
Expires: 09 Mar 2004 02:11 PST
Question ID: 309243
I am looking for contact information for companies, governmental
organizations, quasi-governmental organizations, and the like (we'll
call them all companies, for the purposes of this question), that meet
the following criteria:
(a) located in Delhi or Bangalore, AND
(b) owned domestically, i.e., they should not be a branch office of a
foreign company, such as Sun or Motorola, AND
(c) actively involved in R&D, i.e., not a company who is excellent at
producing goods or services using generally known methods, such as
computer chips, pills, call centers, Web site support, etc.  (I
understand that the non-R&D fraction of the hi-tech business community
in India is very high.)

The criterion I would like you to use for determining active
involvement in R&D is the filing of patent applications in the US.  No
need to use Delphion, as you should be able to get all of the
information from the USPTO "manual" search engine for patent
publications (http://appft1.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/search-adv.html),
or for patents (http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/search-adv.htm).

I recommend using the tools that the USPTO provides, such as "inventor
city" (enter, for example: IC/Delhi), and "assignee city" (enter, for
example: AC/Bangalore).  If you only look through patent publications
and feel that that was basically complete, that's fine; patents
themselves are already a few years past filing, and may reflect
realities that have grown stale.  (Nevertheless, they're definitely
good if they're within your time budget.)

When you've found companies that satisfy criteria A, B, and C above, I
would like as much of the following as possible: URL's,
street addresses, and an e-mail address and phone number of a
responsible decision maker (e.g., a CEO or a head of R&D).  In the
absence of a responsible decision maker, a front desk e-mail address /
phone number would be ok, too.

Thanks, and good luck!
161tat
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