Archive for the ‘Cyberpark Calicut’ Category

February 7th, 2014
@spitfire

Cyberpark Kozhikode Makes Use of Intelligent Street Lighting System

Installed in the LED street lightings in the Cyberpark Kozhikode campus is, for the first time in the country, a Tele-Management System that enables one to monitor, control, meter, and manage the lighting through static IP. The system allows each individual light point to be switched on or off or dimmed at any time. It also enables you to save a large amount of energy through the effective utilization of dimming mechanism to reduce the consumption of power.

At Cyberpark, the output of the lights has been set to 60% on Sundays and 100% from 06:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and 60% from 10:00 p.m. to 06:00 a.m. on other days.

On the technical side, a segment controller (SeCo) is the master control of all the LEDs and an inbuilt astronomical clock will switch the lights on in the evening and switch them off in the morning even if there is no response from the segment controller.

Owlet Nightshift is the tele-management system of the German-based Schreder lighting solutions. The whole project costs around Rs. 1.19 crore.

Source: The New Indian Express

January 25th, 2014
Team @ Kerala IT

Budget Allocates Rs. 134.45 Crore for IT Parks

The Kerala budget for 2014–15 has allocated Rs. 134.45 crore towards infrastructure development and land acquisition of Technopark Trivandrum, Infopark Kochi, and Cyberpark Kozhikode.

Infopark Kochi is developing its second phase now on 160 acres of land in Kunnathunadu and Puthencruz villages. The development of its campuses in Koratty and Cherthala is also progressing. The amount earmarked in the budget would definitely help in the construction of IT buildings as well as the development of the spokes.

August 2nd, 2013
@karenjoy

Cyberpark Kozhikode: Tenders Invited for Construction of Main IT Building

 

Authorities have invited e-tenders under the two-bid system (Bid 1: Pre-qualification and Techno Commercial Bid and Bid 2: Price Bid) from eligible contractors for the construction of the main IT building in Cyberpark Kozhikode. The e-tenders should be submitted before 04:00 p.m. on August 20, 2013.  The e-tenders will be opened at 11:30 a.m. on August 26, 2013. For more details, please click here.

 

Eight major construction companies have already submitted the bids for the project. The contract period for the construction works would be 18 months.

 

According Kozhikode Cyberpark General Manager P. A. Tomichan, the work on the second IT building with a built-up area of 3.3 lakh sq ft will also commence soon. He also said that the consultancy contract for the second building will be finalized in 15 days and that the project is expected to be completed by the end of 2015.

 

The road to the project site will be completed in three months. The common facility center at the project site, which would house the Park’s administrative office, is nearing completion and will be ready for occupation in a month’s time. It also has office space (1,500 sq ft) that will be leased out to IT companies.

 

Source: India IT News

June 11th, 2013
@rmurthy

Kerala IT to Explore Australian Opportunities

 

Kerala IT to Explore Australian Opportunities

 

Kerala IT is all set to explore opportunities in the Australian market. Hitherto a comparatively unexplored market by Indian IT companies, Australia seems to have signed some pretty great deals with seven companies in the State’s IT parks. The deals are touted as having the potential to create at least 200 new IT job opportunities in Kerala.

 

The deals were signed during a visit organized by the Group of Technology Companies (GTECH) to Australia. 30 more deals are expected to be signed soon. During CeBIT Australia 2013, the Kerala IT team, comprising IT Principal Secretary P.H. Kurian, Technopark Chief Executive Officer K. G. Girish Babu, and CEOs of 17 small and medium-sized IT companies, over 100 business-to-business meetings with companies in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Gold Coast were held. A few Australian companies have expressed interest in setting up operations in Kerala’s IT parks.

 

 According to Mr. Anoop P. Ambika, Secretary, GTech, the global meltdown, which has severely and adversely affected businesses in Europe makes Australia a “promising market for Kerala companies.”

 

In the meantime, Trivandrum Technopark will soon sign a contract with the incubation centre at the Australian Technology Park, Sydney, under which Kerala companies will get space at the centre for six months, free of cost. Kerala IT has already initiated talks with the R&D unit of Monash University in Melbourne for collaboration.

 

Source: The Hindu

May 30th, 2013
Team @ Kerala IT

KeralaIT at CeBIT Australia 2013

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KeralaIT at CeBIT Australia 2013

KeralaIT at CeBIT Australia 2013

KeralaIT at CeBIT Australia 2013

KeralaIT at CeBIT Australia 2013

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