As many as 28 agreements were signed at the launch of state’s IT policy and four other subsidiary policies.
Value Labs, a Hyderabad-headquartered IT services company, will be setting up a state of the art campus in Hyderabad with an investment of Rs.1,362 crore.
The campus will come up over an area of 1,000,000 square feet and employ 10,000 professionals.
Karvy will establish state of the art facility that would house about 5,000 employees. It will be the IT backbone for enabling its financial services.
Max-Touch propose to build an assembly unit of cell phones, LED lights, induction lamps and LED television sets. It plans to commence the commercial production of 30,000 LED TVs, 100,000 mobile phone units and 300,000 LED lights monthly, a government statement said.
LED manufacturers SPV will establish its manufacturing facilities in the LED cluster. An investment of Rs.500 crore is committed and has an employment potential of 5,000.
Kwality Photonics Pvt. Ltd. will set up India’s first global scale LED semiconductor plant in Telangana to produce 100 million LEDs per day with an investment of Rs.200 crore over next three years.
Axiom has agreed to establish its manufacturing facility for mobile phone chargers. The proposed plant will have capacity to manufacture 6 million chargers per month which will provide employment to approximately 2,000 people directly and 1,000 people indirectly.
UAE-based Aries Group will launch the world’s first glasses free mobiles, tablets and televisions under the name of EPICA to revolutionise the electronics visual and consumer electronics industry in Telangana to roll out the futuristic products.