Vijayawada Updates

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  1. Feb 18, 2017


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    Palle inaugurates its Centre of Excellence in Vijayawada
    Zoom Technologies (India) Private Limited (ZTIPL), a network and security solutions provider, opened its Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security and Virtualisation and Cloud Computing at Patamatalanka here. The facility was inaugurated by Minister for Information Technology Palle Raghunadha Reddy.

    Certification courses

    Addressing the media, CEO of ZTIPL M.H. Noble said the Vijayawada centre would offer certification courses to equip security professionals with skills required to protect data and networks from malicious intruders.

    The company is prepared to lend its expertise for protecting its cyber and information assets and curbing cyber crime.

    Mr. Noble said the foray into Vijayawada came with the partnership of US-Council, a network security organisation based in North America, which made its mark in fighting cyber crimes, and offers consultancy services in protecting critical infrastructure around the world through its partner network. Besides training, the Centre of Excellence would provide services like security training, threat intelligence, machine-readable threat intelligence, Botnet tracking, intelligence reporting; tailored threat reporting, penetration testing, ATM/PoS security assessment, and telecommunication networks’ security assessment.

    ZTIPL vice-president Q.A. Tapia said the company had been at the forefront of introducing cutting-edge technology in India for the last two decades with its list of clients including the laboratories of the Ministry of Defence, ISRO, Atomic Energy Department, Indian Railways, Hyderabad Central University, and a host of banks, hospitals and financial institutions.

    ZTIPL general manager Siva was present.

  2. Nov 19, 2018


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    CRDA plans road widening from Ramavarapupadu to Gannavaram
    THE HANS INDIA | Nov 18,2018 , 01:20 AM IST

    CRDA plans road widening from Ramavarapupadu to Gannavaram

    • The road stretch is important to provide better transport connectivity for airport passengers especially to VIPs
    • The road expansion will ease traffic congestion
    Vijayawada: The Capital Regional Development Authority (CRDA) is making road widening plans from Ramavarapupadu Ring Centre to Gannavaram Airport. The road stretch is important to provide better transport connectivity for airport passengers especially to VIPs.

    Though there is already four-lane road in the stretch, the proposed road expansion plan will ease traffic congestion for air passengers.According to sources, the CRDA conducted survey in this regard recently. As per the proposals, the CRDA wants to widen road by 20 ft each on both sides of National Highway. Totally, the road will get 40 ft additional way from Ramavarapupadu to Gannavaram Airport.Enough space is also available on the stretch to widen the road. After completion of land acquisition process to take up road expansion works, some structures including residences should be demolished. In fact, the road stretch assumed significance following the developments of Amaravati as capital city. The VIP movement has also been increasing in the last four years from Gannavaram Airport. Moreover, plans are being finalised to introduce international flights from Gannavaram Airport from next month. The increasing vehicular movement is also causing traffic jams and difficulties to air passengers.In this backdrop, the State government directed the CRDA to make plans to develop the road stretch. Already the road was developed as green corridor. The CRDA designed the stretch attractively by undertaking beautification works with full greenery.As part of plans, the CRDA also wants to widen the road, said a senior official. Speaking to The Hans India, he said that the road works would be taken up soon. The official said the expansion of road would be more useful as the State government plans to introduce first phase of light metro train in the stretch. He said that the formalities would be completed including getting permission from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) soon.

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