Wi-Fi to make Hyderabad a global smart city: TITA
Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA) today appreciated the Telangana Government’s commitment on implementation of the public Wi-Fi...
Currently, Wi-Fi hotspots deployed at 17 different locations covers the busy IT corridor and is available for everyone’s use. The new public Wi-Fi facility brings connectivity to the people, giving 24/7 access to Internet enabling convenient free connectivity on-the-go.
“Internet access is no longer a luxury; it's a necessity. Very soon Hyderabad city is going to achieve ‘Smart city Status’ once the citywide wireless communications networks are deployed with promised security and privacy. On behalf of TITA, we appreciate & thank Telangana Government & Telangana IT Minister KT Rama Rao for making public Wi-Fi services a reality.
This historic public Wi-Fi facility in Hyderabad is the first-of-its-kind hoping that the physical and technical challenges are addressed by Telangana Government which has partnered with Bharati Airtel.” said Sundeep Kumar Makthala, TITA Founder & President.
“It’s for the people, to make life easier and to give them more happiness. This is an excellent initiation by Telangana Government to turn Hyderabad as smart city and provides an environment where people have fast access to information. Mark Zuckerberg recently said that he wants to get everyone on Earth connected to the internet while addressing internet.org summit in India.
He also said that Government, Leaders & Entrepreneurs should work together to achieve this. We feel proud that the Telangana Government is about to reach the expectations of world most successful Entrepreneurs like Mark Zuckerberg Global social CEO for global networking giant Facebook, Inc.” Said Naveen Reddy Gaddam, TITA Vice-President.
"It's the first step towards realization of hyper connected Hyderabad where the real business value will realize the tangible results. It is the time for Hyderabad to register its name among Global Sophisticated Hi-Tech cities." said TITA Middle-East President Aamer Ahmed.