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Visionaire to provide IT infrastructure in institutions

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After venturing successfully in providing consultancy and support services, Canada-based Visionaire Technology Group has now decided to foray into the education market by establishing IT-based infrastructure in institutions.

The company is in process to provide high class IT- infrastructure in 117 government regional engineering colleges In Andhra Pradesh (AP). "We are trying to tie-up with the state governments of different states to provide world class IT infrastructure in government institutions at a very low cost. The AP project is in pipeline and is our first priority", said Aseem Gupta, President, Visionaire Technology group.

The company will provide human interface tools of today's presenting, learning, connecting, communicating and display needs in these institutions. It will also provide services, which include audio-visual master planning and programming, audio-visual system design and project management, video conferencing and distance learning systems and Control system User Interface Design, coding and Integration. Presently the company is providing such facilities in the Indian School of Business, which is coming up at

Hyderabad.

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The company has tie-ups with institutions such as IITs, IIITs and IIMs wherein it is providing such type of infrastructure and also handling the maintenance part of it. The company's key focus in terms of products are multimedia projectors, plasma displays, interactive electronic whiteboards, multimedia computer labs, screens and motorized blinds, video-conferencing, smart classrooms, digital signage systems, audio products including speakers, amplifiers, microphones, mixers and signal management systems. The company is targeting the public, corporate, academics and in-home venues for its product line.

He expected that the company would be able to capture half of the Rs 250 crore market in India in the next two years. The company is also planning to set up its own manufacturing facility in India very soon and will invest around $5 million to $10 million in this facility depending on the requirement.

(CNS)

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