Google to sign MoU with Telangana govt for opening campus in Hyderabad

North Gazette News/Hyderabad
Google is likely to sign an MoU with Telegana government to open permanent campus in Hyderabad in India’s Telangana state. This would be the third campus of Google Inc after US and UK.

Telangana’s IT, Electronics and Communications Secretary Harpreet Singh confirmed Google’s move and said that Google Inc would soon sign an MoU with the government for opening permanent campus in the state.

at present, Google is running its operations from rented premises in Hyderabad but the tech giant is planning to have its own permanent campus in India.

He, however, said that the details of Google’s project would be revealed in a press conference after completing modalities for the project but confirmed that it would a big permanent campus of the world’s biggest search engine.

Singh said that the Telangana government has floated expression of interest to make Hyderabad a wifi enabled city to which Airtel, Vodafone, Cisco and a Taiwanese company has expressed interest.