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HCL Infosystems sets up Development Centre in Thiruvananthapuram

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  • Acquires 2 acres of land in Technopark Phase III
  • New facility to focus on enhancing software and hardware capability
  • To create around 1600 job opportunities over 9 years

HCL Infosystems India’s premier hardware, services and ICT system integration company today acquired the formal possession of 2 acres of land for setting up a state-of-the-art facility in Thiruvananthapuram. This land will be used to set up “HCL Development Centre” and will also be instrumental in setting up specially designed software services and system integration product labs. The HCL Infosystems Development Centre will be set up at Techopark Phase III, located in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.

The new facility has been planned as per the company’s expansion strategy. The centre will be creating job opportunities for around 1600 professionals over the course of next 9 years.

The facility will involve setting up of regional skill development centre, state-of-the-art datacenter facility, networking lab, product development lab, software development centre and remote support center.

Speaking on this occasion, Mr. George Paul, Executive Vice President, HCL Infosystems, said, “We commend the vision of the Government of Kerala to fuel investments in igniting the growth of IT sector in the state and are honoured to have got this opportunity to partner in the state’s growth story. This is yet another chapter in the transformation journey of HCL Infosystems as we add more capacity to build a stronger ICT solutions ecosystem.”

Spread over an area of 2 acres, the proposed facility of over 160,000 Sq ft will be built over three phases. The company already has more than 14 centers in Kerala and would be starting the construction process of the new facility soon.

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First Published: Tue, December 07 2010. 17:26 IST