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Data Xgen Tech launches world's first free Linguistic email address in local Indian Languages

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Hyderabad | Tuesday, Oct 18 2016 IST
One of India's largest IT services organisation, DATA XGen Technologies Pvt Ltd a group company of Data Infosys, has launched world's first free linguistic email address under the name 'DATAMAIL' which allows to create email ids in 8 Indian languages, English and 3 foreign languages Arabic, Russian and Chinese.

Over the period of time the email service in 22 languages will be offered by Data XGen Technologies Pvt. Ltd. which is free to be downloaded from any android or IOS system through their respective play store under the name DATAMAIL.

Dr Ajay Data, Founder and CEO Data XGen Technologies Pvt. Ltd said, "Indian languages account for less than 0.1 per cent content on world wide web or www (as per IAMAI report). Also over 89 per cent population is a non English speaking population which is unable to read and communicate via email as the language utilised to communicate is English on the world wide web, the IT company said in a release here today.

In order to contribute towards the Digital India Mission and Make in India mission, we at Data XGen Technologies Pvt. Ltd., launched the first free 'indic' email service under the name 'DATAMAIL'. The linguistic email service will allow people from across India to communicate in 8 regional and one English languages to provide ease of connect and bridging the digital divide amongst Indian citizens."

Internet penetration in Iceland which is on 1st position, UAE on 12th, USA on 18th, Germany on 19th where the language diversity is comparatively very low.

In case of affordability of mobile broadband percentage, India is on the 101st position with 12.39 per cent of average GDP per capita is required for mobile broadband access which is further expected to be corrected with the reforms and competition in the telecom industry.

Digital India without touching 89 per cent of population has no mean and Government and Private sectors should work together to avail the user-friendly digital technology to the Semi-Urban and Rural India for fulfilling PM's vision of Digital India, Dr Ajay added.

The most spoken languages in India in 2016, according to our analysis based on secondary data are approximately Hindi (544.39m), Bengali (107.60m), Telugu (95.40m), Marathi (92.74m), Tamil (78.41m), Urdu (66.47m), Gujarati (59.44m), Kannada (48.96m), Punjabi (37.55m), Assamese (16.98m).

The total of population using these key languages comes about 1147.95m that is a larger share (About 89%) of current population in India.UNI KNR RSA 2319

-- (UNI) -- C-1-DL0275-984228.Xml

 
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