NEC Technologies India hopes to develop its business by almost 50% in the upcoming 3 Years. This is majorly on account of grip for its open source tech website. “NEC Technologies India is seeking to develop by 50% by the end of 2020 and elevate the manpower in the similar amount to back the development,” Anil Gupta, Chairman of NEC Technologies India, claimed to the media in an interview on the account of declaring plans to install FIWARE lab node in the country.
He on the other hand did not reveal the present income of the firm. The firm has 1,850 workers. Being a subsidiary of Japan-located NEC Corporation, NEC Technologies anticipates income of USD 150 Million single-handedly from FIWARE lab node. FIWARE lab node is a group of 90 technology firms to design open source technological solutions and it will be arranged in Noida.
“This is the initial FIWARE lab node in the continent. NEC Technologies will be generating capital spending of $15 Million to install this node. We hope it to make income of $150 Million by the end of 2020 from Southeast Asia and India,” Gupta claimed to the media in an interview. He claimed that tech firms in India can also connect to the FIWARE but they will require following rules of the group.
NEC with 15 IT professionals will install FIWARE lab node and aims to take it to more than 100 by the end of 2020. The node will be functional from April next year. Naoki Hashitani, Senior Vice President of NEC Corporation, claimed that India offers great latent for FIWARE owing to its latest uptake in tech and installing of latest projects such as smart cities. “We have strategies in Japan to install a FIWARE lab node but until then Indian lab will back trade in Japan,” claimed Hashitani.