The Hyderabad Information Technology and Engineering Consultancy City (HITEC City) is the largest Information Technology park in India, which offers world class state-of-the-art IT infrastructure under one roof to companies operating in the field of IT services, IT enabled services, Telecom, Engineering Consultancy and related domains.
Hyderabad has developed into one of the major hubs for the information technology industry in India which has earned it the additional sobriquet "Cyberabad".
The one stop solution (HITEC City) provides not only Plug-n-Play business space for starting up immediate IT operations, also meets the continuosly scalable expansion plans year after year commensurating the business growth of respective organizations providing the cost advantages continuosly in the most man power intensive-cum-economical city of Hyderabad.
The HITEC city in Hyderabad is a fine example of how fast and beautifully a city can develop if nurtured in the right way. The high potential structures coming up in Madhapur area of the 400-year-old Hyderabad city provide a classy contrast to the grand and antique monuments and palaces in the Qutub Shahi capital. It is a consummation of the vision of an information technology advocate unfolding itself in a rapid speed, akin to the architectural ambitions of Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah. The hitech structures are a two-phase acknowledgment to a technology that has concentrated the world to a global village.
The business like atmosphere of the HITEC city is in concurrence to its equally famous and charming neighbor Shilparamam, an arts and crafts village, located right next to the technological nucleus. On seeing the two co-existing harmoniously side-by-side, one is compelled to think how beautifully have the two blended into one another giving another contradicting and ironical aspect to Indian tradition.
The base of the HITEC city is a creatively and yet efficiently constructed 10 - storied cylindrical building encircled by a cluster of grand structures raised to house IT companies, both Indian and foreign. The HITECH city has already attracted multinational software giants like IBM, Microsoft, GE Capital, Toshiba, and Oracle and Indian companies like Satyam Computers and Wipro. An earth station has come up in the township which links Hyderabad to the five continents of the world. It has now been planned to grow and develop it further and Hitec city shall go a long way in establishing India as a software hub in the world map. It is just a matter of time till that happens.
L&T Infocity is the first software technology park layout in HITEC CITY which attracted major technology companies like Accenture, Microsoft, Oracle, Dell, Motorola, Deloitte, HSBC, GE and Convergys.
Hitec has many faces, such as:
Other campuses are located around HITEC city.