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Microsoft to open Centre of Excellence in Andhra Pradesh
Microsoft to open Centre of Excellence in Andhra Pradesh
While his visit to Hyderabad, Satya Nadella, CEO Microsoft, has promised to open a Centre of Excellence in Visakhapatnam and also vowed to work with the Telangana government’s start-up incubator T-Hub.

As per the news source, Microsoft has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Andhra Pradesh government for deployment and use of information and communications technologies. This will help the company to offer better services to the citizens.

At an 80-minute breakfast meeting hosted by State Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu, Satya Nadella assured the state government of “total cooperation” in using cloud data to improve citizen services.

Later, while visiting T-Hub, Satya Nadella told budding entrepreneurs that Microsoft would like to work with the country’s largest technology incubator in developing accelerators and start-ups.

According to the MoU with Andhra Pradesh, the state government will use technical knowledge from Microsoft India, which will support building of up to three proof-of-concept solutions to apply Microsoft Azure Machine Learning and Advanced Visualization in education, agriculture and e-citizen services.

Microsoft India also said it will continue to engage and train the government’s key IT executives on technologies such as cloud, mobility and the Microsoft technology stack, which includes tools for developers and enterprises.