Cyient begins operations from Warangal Incubation Center

Hyderabad, January 22: Cyient,an IT serviced company, on Sunday announced that it has commenced operations in Warangal from the Incubation Center of the Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (TSIIC).
The facility was inaugurated in the presence of Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari along with BVR Mohan Reddy, Founder and Executive Chairman Cyient and Sunil Kumar Makkena, Senior, Vice President – Utilities & Geospatial Business Unit Cyient.
Cyient has established a Center of Excellence (CoE) in TSIIC Incubation Center to help its communications business expand operations for its global client base, the company said.
 The CoE will undertake fiber and coaxial network planning and design, MDU engineering, cell site design and drafting, RF planning, and network optimization services.
Cyient will also leverage the Center to provide geospatial services and solutions for the company’s Smart City engagements

“This is our fourth center in tier2 cities and we are confident that access to good resource pool of engineers passing out from reputed institutes located in close vicinity of the city will help us do some good work out of this center, said Mohan Reddy.

Cyient has already laid a foundation stone for a 70,000 square feet state-of-the-art Technology Development Center in Warangal, in the Madikonda Special Economic Zone (SEZ) of lTSIIC, which will become operational within the next 18 to 24 months.
Once the center is operational, the company will ramp up operations in the region by employing around 1,000 professionals who will work on advanced geographic information systems(GIS), remote sensing, LiDAR,and photogrammetry technologies that address requirements of the rail transportation, utilities, and communications sectors.
The facility spread over a 5-acre area will support Cyient’s worldwide digital technology initiatives in areas like Internet of Things, Analytics, and Smart Cities.

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