Karnataka is the IT hub of India and home to the world’s fourth-largest technological cluster. The state has over 3,500 IT companies that contribute over $ 32 bn in exports, employs over 1 mn professionals and creates 3 mn indirect jobs.
TOP THREE TECH PARKS IN KARNATAKA
STPI Mysuru was set-up during 1998. Mysuru is the first non-capital city to have STPI center in India. STPI Mysuru has shown significant progress in nurturing the growth of Software Industry after the establishment of this center. There has been a steady growth from then on.
STPI Mysuru is setting up 40,000 Sq.ft IT Infrastructure and incubation center to support the SME in Mysuru region, which houses the fully furnished state of art incubation center of 8000 Sq.ft and 6500 Sq.ft Raw/warm shell Incubation space, with all the amenities.
STPI Mysuru incubation center is located in the Hebbal Industrial Area the prime hub of IT industry which houses, major IT companies viz., Infosys Ltd, L&T, Wipro, Kaynes Technology, SPI, CYINET DLM and other MSME/SSI companies.
SLV Technologies, Hubballi
SLV Technologies was established in 2010 with small group of IT specialists in various sectors and grown up to 50 specialists who can organize and manage 300 professional on need basis. SLV Technologies is located in Hubli software technology park with world class infrastructure and has its presence in India and USA. SLV Technologies has growth rate of 26% on each year with sufficient financial, infrastructural and human resources required to manage small to mid-range projects. Our core expertise belongs to ERP solutions, Data analytics, ETL solutions, and java based product development and software services for various industrial sectors serving various national and international clients. We provide strategy, implementation, business transformation and operational solutions for clients, managing their business and technology complexities.
Electronic City, Bengaluru
Electronic City was the brainchild of R. K. Baliga, the first Chairman and Managing Director of Keonics, Karnataka Electronic. He dreamt of making Bangalore the Silicon Valley of India when he developed the concept of Electronic City. In 1978, Keonics established Electronic City on 332 acres of land in KonappanaAgrahara and Doddathogur villages.
Electronic City is an information technology hub in Bangalore, India, located in Anekaltaluk. It is one of India’s largest electronic/IT industrial parks, spread over 800 acres (3.2 km²) in KonappanaAgrahara and Doddathogur villages in Bangalore. It consists of four zones called phases – Phase I, Phase II, Phase III and Phase IV. Electronic City was established by Keonics, Karnataka Electronic, a pioneer in information technology infrastructure development. There are approximately 200 IT/ITES companies located in Electronic City, which include main campuses of IT/Bio-tech majors Infosys, Wipro, TCS, HCL, Tech Mahindra, Biocon etc.