First-Ever NASDAQ Stock Market Remote Opening Bell From India

India's premier IT services firm Infosys(INFY) is set to create another record in the history of Indian IT industry and in the history of NASDAQ. On Monday July 31st 2006, Infosys Technologies Executives will ring the first ever opening bell remotely from the Infosys Global Education Center in Mysore, India. 


Media advisory released on 28th July 2006:



For the first time ever, The NASDAQ Stock Market will open its market remotely from India. On Monday July 31st 2006, Infosys Technologies Executives will ring the opening bell remotely from the Infosys Global Education Center in Mysore, India, the company's largest education facility, to celebrate the company's 25-year business anniversary.

The Opening Bell ceremony will be simultaneously displayed at the NASDAQ MarketSite from NASDAQ's premier broadcast studio in Times Square.


The Opening Bell is a ceremonial event that represents The NASDAQ Stock Market's virtual market model. As a result, NASDAQ can be opened from any location bringing together investors and market participants from around the world to mark the beginning of the trading day.


Who: Nandan M. Nilekani, Chief Executive Officer, President and Managing Director, Infosys N.R. Narayana Murthy, Chairman of the Board and Chief Mentor, Infosys Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Chairman, Planning Commission of India Bob Greifeld, President and Chief Executive Officer, The NASDAQ Stock Market. Also in attendance will be over 8,000 Infosys employees, along with 200 invited guests.


When: Monday, July 31st 2006 NASDAQ Opening Bell Ceremony: 9:20 a.m. E.T. to 9:45 a.m. E.T.


Where: Infosys Technologies Ltd. Mysore Campus - Global Education Center No. 350, Hebbal Electronics City Hootagalli, Mysore - 571 186


Webcast: A live Webcast of the NASDAQ Opening Bell will be available at: http://www.nasdaq.com/reference/marketsite_about.stm



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