We bring the immense knowledge and experiences of our global allies to our clients in a single platform through strategic partnership and collaborations. Our pool of local and international partners includes:
Hewlett Packard (HP)
Micro-star International (MSI)

Partners (Detail)
Inveneo is Aurora Wireless principal Low Cost ICT partner. It is a non-profit social enterprise whose mission is to get the tools of ICT into the hands of organizations and people who need them the most. These are mainly people in the remote and rural communities of the developing world. To do this, Inveneo creates and sells highly affordable ICTs that are specifically designed for organizations-governments, NGOs, private enterprises- that serve these rural communities with vital services that include education, healthcare, economic development, relief and telecentres.

Icreon provides high quality web and software development solutions such as ecommerce and content management systems (CMS) using Microsoft .Net, open source (PHP, MySQL) and Flash.

“Our UK office provides project and account management. Our development centre is in Delhi, India. This is a unique approach to outsourcing development offshore without going offshore. We call it Dual Shoring. Our clients can expect to reduce their development costs by at least 50%”

(NYSE: AMD) is the customer-centric innovation company, a processing powerhouse that offers smarter choices for its customers and makes technology more accessible to the world. AMD is focused on best meeting the needs of leading computing, wireless and consumer electronics companies to help them deliver high-performance, energy-efficient and visually realistic solutions.

HP is a technology company that operates in more than 170 countries around the world. We explore how technology and services can help people and companies address their problems and challenges, and realize their possibilities, aspirations and dreams. We apply new thinking and ideas to create more simple, valuable and trusted experiences with technology, continuously improving the way our customers live and work.

Founded in August 1986, MSI has continued to uphold a business philosophy that stresses "Award-winning product quality and outstanding customer service." MSI specializes in the design and manufacture of motherboards, graphics card, add-on cards, servers/workstations, iPC, barebones, communication devices, CE products, Notebooks, car infotainment products, and All-in-One PC.

“Quality Products Create Faithful Customers” is a motto that guides all that we do at MSI. For this reason, MSI goes all out to be the best of the best in research and development. Currently, 2,500 experienced engineers staff our research and development department. This talented team carries out its work with the latest research equipment, continuing to raise the bar on product quality and innovative product features.

Relevant Innovations, Extraordinary Experiences, Meaningful Differences

Intel is a leading Silicon Valley chips manufacturer. “Intel pushes the boundaries of innovation so our work can make people's lives more exciting, fulfilling, and manageable. And our work never stops. We never stop looking for the next leap ahead—in technology, education, culture, manufacturing, and social responsibility. And we never stop striving to deliver solutions with greater benefits for everyone.”


Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO, SEHK: 4333) is a multinational corporation with more than 65,000 employees and annual revenue of US$36.10 billion as of 2009. Headquartered in San Jose, California, it designs and sells consumer electronics, networking and communications technology and services.

Cisco's stock was added to the Dow Jones Industrial Average on June 8, 2009. It replaced General Motors which had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.[2]
In fiscal year 2009, Cisco realized $13.50 billion in network services sales (mostly from “SMARTnet”), of which $7 billion was revenue for 2009 and the remaining $6.50 billion is documented as deferred revenue for multi-year SMARTnet service contracts.[1] Network maintenance services now accounts for 20% of Cisco's annual revenue—an all-time high.