UST, a digital transformation solutions provider, wants to double its staff in Hyderabad and hire 1000 more workers by end of the year 2023. With a team of 250 staff members, UST’s Hyderabad centre debuted in the year 2018. UST has onboarded 500 employees using the virtual onboarding process since the pandemic-induced lockdown in 2020, with all workers working remotely, according to Harilal Neelakantan, Center head for UST, Hyderabad.
A JLL India study said that the Indian data center sector will require funds over $3.7bn by 2023 in order to meet the 6 mn sq. ft of greenfield development following the rising demand for digitalization. The sector, at present, can serve a capacity of 447MW which is expected to grow 1,007MW by 2023. Mumbai and Chennai will be contributing almost 3/4th of the sector’s total additional capacity. Hyderabad and Delhi NCR are rising as new hotspots.
TCS will help Ericsson to build and operate a Cloud-based R&D digital workplace. The partnership will help Ericsson to enable anytime-anywhere access and automated delivery of the development environment for its global R&D workforce. TCS will also support Ericsson’s globally distributed teams with on-demand, zero-touch, and remote provisioning. It will also launch a 24×7 Command Center at Hyderabad, India, to help Ericsson accelerate R&D efforts.
Hyderabad-based start-up ‘H-Bots Robotics’, as a part of its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, has come up with a robotic disinfectant — ‘ACCORD’. ” The key difference that we brought in was the cost reduction of the product and functioning. ‘Accord’ will be available at a range between ₹2.5 lakh rupees to ₹7 lakh and is available in manual, semi-manual and autonomous variants” said Kishan, Founder and Chief Executive of H-Bots Robotics.
Mumbai – because of infra – and Chennai – because of low development costs and submarine cable landing stations – will have highest data centre capacity addition by 2025. Following in, Hyderabad’s data centre capacity will grow from 32MW in H1 2020 to 130MW in 2025 due to various state-backed incentives provided for the same. Data protection laws, inclination towards colo data centres and rise of new techs will drive sustained investment in data centres.
Uber Technologies said that it will recruit 140 engineers for its tech teams in Bangalore and Hyderabad. With the new hires, the company will strengthen services in areas such as rider and driver growth, delivery, marketplace, customer service, digital payment, risk and compliance, safety and finance technology, said a statement. They’re looking for tech-enthusiast engineers who are passionate about complex problem-solving in mobility and delivery space.