Telangana Minister inaugurates Cyient’s development centre in Warnagal

Warangal, Jan 7 (GCCurrentAffairs) Telangana IT and Industry Minister K T Rama Rao inaugurated the state-of-the-art 60,000 square feet Development Center of Cyient here on Tuesday.

With this launch, the historic city of Warangal gets the largest Development Center, paving the way for development of commercial and business infrastructure and attracting IT and other investments.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr Rao said, “It is a momentous occasion for us that Cyient has set up this state-of-the-art campus that will benefit the talent pool of Warangal. It sends out a signal that Warangal is ready to partner with companies like Cyient to support their engagements with customers around the world.

We thank Cyient for placing Warangal on the technology map,” he added.

Cyient Founder and Executive Chairman BVR Mohan Reddy said, “As a prime mover in Warangal, it is a proud moment for Cyient to inaugurate Warangal’s largest development center and partner in the growth story of this culturally rich city. The talent pool of Warangal will now have access to work opportunities with large, global customers.
The addition of this center to Cyient’s global operations will help spur the growth of its Communication business.”

The new facility could accommodate 600 engineers on a total built-up area of around 60,000 square feet. The company is also constructing a second tower to accommodate an additional 200 engineers, he added.

Cyient’s Warangal Development Center supports telecom customers globally with plan & design and engineering services for their mobile and fixed-line networks.
The company works with several of the largest communications service providers in the US, Europe and Asia-Pacific region helping them accelerate the deployment of 5G networks, expand fiber-to-the-home coverage and implement digital solutions to enhance customer experience.

Via UNI-India

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