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December 4th, 2007

Bengal to get its own Silicon Valley

Abstract:
The foundation for West Bengal's own Silicon Valley will soon be laid off Rajarhat near Kolkata airport.
Spearheaded by NRI scientist Santosh Mukherjee, the Santech research valley will come up through tie-ups between US-based Santech International Inc. and international organisations, including reputed foreign varsities. Earlier, the company had tied up with IIT Kharagpur to set up the San Tech IIT Resource and Development Initiative.

Santech's San-lab (USA), which operates from New Jersey, is an R&D company dedicated to emerging fields of nanoelectronics and telecommunications. It is credited with many an innovation in convergence connectivity.

Source:
timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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