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Telecom innovation hub in Kerala

Telecom innovation hub in Kerala

A telecom business incubator, claimed to be the country's first and one of the first such
in the public-private partnership (PPP) model, is to come up in Kerala. The National
Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB), the Department of Science and Techno­logy (DST), Government of India, Technopark and MobME Wireless, would jointly prom­ote the facility.

It would focus primarily on student start-ups from campuses and would be modelled on tec­hnology incubators in Silicon Valley. It aims to incubate at least 1,000 product start-ups over a period of 10 years. The chosen campus will a have full 4G network in the park, adva­nced telecom labs and provide all services including legal, intellectual property, accounting, fully furnished office space, video conference rooms, computers, phone lines, Internet, server space and virtual office ser­vices that are required for a student to start a company even while in college.

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