Bengaluru, Oct 25 (IEBusiness) Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd. (ACT Fibernet), India’s largest fiber-focused wired broadband Internet Service Provider (ISP) has entered into an agreement with the Karnataka Government to provide the startups registered with the start-up cell with high speed broadband connectivity.
Under the agreement, the Bengaluru based ACT Fibernet will extend its best fiber optic technology to all the registered startups of the government’s startup cell, according to a release here on Thursday.
Speaking on the partnership, Minister for IT and BT K J George said “Bengaluru is the startup capital of India, and we have been strongly nurturing the startup ecosystem with policies and initiatives to help entrepreneurs and established industries flourish. I am extremely pleased that ACT Fibernet has come forward to extend their support and connect our startups with high speed broadband connectivity. This move will certainly help us build a more conducive environment for our startups to grow.”
ACT Fibernet Ltd CEO Bala Malladi said “It is our commitment to provide the best internet services to the startups and incubators and help them stay connected seamlessly.”
IT & BT Department Principal Secretary Gaurav Gupta said “When we speak about startups, Bengaluru holds the top position in the country, and to retain this momentum we make continuous effort to introduce policies and programs suiting their requirements.”