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Tata reveal second challenge in F1<sup>®</sup> Connectivity Innovation Prize

Tata Communications, a leading provider of A New World of Communications™, today confirmed the details of the second technology challenge intended to harness global brainpower in the USD $50,000 initiative set against the white heat of connectivity innovation that defines Formula One racing. The detail announced today in the lead-up to the Formula 1 Gran Premio D'Italia 2014 is to create a global digital scrapbook to celebrate the richness and diversity of the Silver Arrows' extensive history in the sport. The Global Scrapbook Challenge is intended to create and sustain a virtual ‘museum' as an engaging online treasury of anecdote, recollection and intrigue that will attract...
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