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Infosys to Demonstrate Next-Generation Natural User Interface Cable TV Concepts at The Cable Show’s “Imagine Park”

May 22, 2012

BOSTON, May 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –

Infosys [http://www.infosys.com/pages/index.aspx ] will showcase new and innovative
ways that consumers may experience television in the future via multi-channel natural user
interfaces at “Imagine Park [http://2012.thecableshow.com/thepark ],” an interactive,
high-profile platform for introducing and demonstrating innovative new products and
services at The Cable Show 2012 [http://2012.thecableshow.com ]. Rather than using a
remote control, Infosys will show and discuss how digital consumers can use voice,
facial-recognition and simple gesture-based movements to access their personalized content
and interact with the set-top-box of the future.

Natural user interfaces (NUI) – touch, voice, video and gesture interfaces – in
devices ranging from smartphones and tablets to peripherals such as videogame consoles
provide an opportunity for cable companies to deliver personalized interactive customer

“Cable television innovation is crucial to serve the growing number of digital
consumers who expect rich, interactive, personalized viewing experiences, and natural user
interfaces are the next step in the evolution of TV entertainment,” said Mit Majumdar,
head of U.S. cable practice at Infosys. “With our breadth and depth of expertise, Infosys
provides cable operators the ability to capture the imagination of their customers by
helping them quickly launch new technologies like NUI that allow consumers to access
personalized TV with the wave of a hand or voice command.”

From the perspective of cable multiple services operators, multi-channel user
interfaces will enable service providers to increase customer loyalty, emphasize
personalization and help add interactive revenue-generating channels to differentiate
their television service offerings.

A partner of choice for seven of the top 10 leading cable, media and entertainment
companies in the world, Infosys helps build tomorrow’s TV entertainment by understanding
critical issues facing businesses and consumers, and co-develops innovative solutions with
clients including:

        - Working with the top three U.S. cable multiple services operators to
          develop mobile and tablet applications that enable their customers to access account
          information and TV services including scheduling program recordings.
        - Helping a leading telecommunications, media and entertainment company deliver
          the cable TV experience, including live television and video streaming to their
          customers, on Android tablets, smartphones and iPads.
        - Co-creating second screen solutions for Unwire, a European service provider,
          to enhance the social TV experience and smart search features via iPads. See video at
          Infosys Clients Speak
          [http://www.infosys.com/building-tomorrows-enterprise/clients-speak/Pages/index.aspx ].

Infosys at Imagine Park

The presentation, “Wave Goodbye to Your Remote: Discover Natural TV,” will take place
on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 from 12:15 PM – 1:00 PM EDT at Imagine Park and streamed online
live at http://live.thecableshow.com.

Viroo Mirji, industry principal, cable and communication Americas will join Mit
Majumdar, and share how Infosys is building the foundation for the next-generation
customer TV experience via natural voice and gesture controlled user interfaces.

Using popular devices such as Microsoft’s XBOX Kinect for accessing Live TV and
Video-on-Demand (VOD) on set-top-boxes, Mirji will demonstrate user interfaces that help
consumers quickly find personalized content and navigate to their favorite show with the
wave of a hand.

About the National Cable and Telecommunications Association

The National Cable and Telecommunications Association (NCTA) is the principal trade
association for the U.S. cable industry, representing cable operators serving more than 90
percent of the nation’s cable television households and more than 200 cable program
networks. The cable industry is the nation’s largest broadband provider of high-speed
Internet access, serving 45 million customers, after investing more than $185 billion to
build two-way interactive networks with fiber optic technology. Cable companies also
provide state-of-the-art digital telephone service to 24 million American consumers.

About Infosys

Many of the world’s most successful organizations rely on the 150,000 people of
Infosys to deliver measurable business value. Infosys provides business consulting,
technology, engineering and outsourcing services to help clients in over 30 countries
build tomorrow’s enterprise. For more information about Infosys (NASDAQ: INFY), visit
http://www.infosys.com [http://www.infosys.com/pages/index.aspx ]

Infosys Safe Harbor

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for technology in our key focus areas, disruptions in telecommunication networks or system
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Infosys has made strategic investments, withdrawal or expiration of governmental fiscal
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