Mumbai: IT services provider Wipro has tied up with Lavasa Corp for planning, implementing and managing ICT services across Lavasa hill city, which could result in revenues of up to $100 million over the next 10 years.
The strategic partnership (on Information & Communication Technology) will focus on providing integrated and effective solutions for enhancing IT operations within the Hill city, a press release said.
“It will also provide the necessary infrastructure support including technology selection, supply, installation and management of platforms, networks and data centre. The estimated revenues out of this partnership from Lavasa city’s first town Dasve is about $100 million over the next 10 years,” it added.
Lavasa, spread over 12,500 acres, is a hill city complete with education, hospitality and health care services currently being developed by Hindustan Construction Company.
Wipro will design the detailed infrastructure for telecom services for governance.
It will also provide telecom-based services to facilitate smart homes, provide physical security requirements and other on-demand services.
The ICT services include voice-video-data services to various businesses operating in the hill city.