A top official from the company is planning to visit India next week to take the idea of collaboration ahead.
Chinese technology major Inspur Group has shown their desire to partner with the Indian government to build its smart cities, says a PTI report.
"We want to partner with India in building its smart cities, as envisioned by the new government. We are a leading firm in hardware and India is good in software and I think our association will be wonderful," Zhang Dong, VP, Inspur Group told PTI.
In this regard, a top official from the company is planning to visit India next week to take the idea of collaboration ahead.
Speaking on the sidelines of a visit by the 'Indian Youth Delegation to China 2014', Zhang further told PTI,
“Our (Inspur) president visited India earlier and last week the Indian Ambassador in China visited us. I will be visiting India next week for month-and-a-half. The idea would be to meet officials and explore the possibilities of collaboration.”
Being a leader in manufacturing of technology servers in China, Inspur is also working on building the smart city architecture for the Indian government.
The company’s spokesperson also says that China's experience of building its own smart cities would come in handy for India. Inspur has played a key role in taking the country from the mainframe to the cloud computing era.