On Thursday the Chinese electronics manufacturing plant Xiaomi that built 150 crores Mi LED TV nearby Renigunta by the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has a plan to make an electronic hub of the country in the temple town.

The planet enhanced Xiaomi technology partner Dixon Technologies (India) limited would new invention closed-circuit television cameras and digital video recorders with smartphones.

According to the official news, to set up the Electronic Manufacturing Cluster at a cost Rs. 150 crore and the plant is expected 800 people for the company’s employees.

Naidu said his dream was to make Tirupati is the electronic manufacturing center of the country Special Employment Zone to deliver more domestic and hardware with multi-national software. Also, he added, it probably developed into a lake city such as several lakes.

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The other side, Dixon Executive Chairman Sunil Vachani said the plane has a capability to manufacture 8.5 lakh LED TVs per annum. Probably it tripled to 2.7 million units and furthermore scaled up to 3.7 million, though he said without prescribing any time-frame.

He said, annually 2 million digital video recorders with 10 million CCTV cameras would be manufactured.

Xiaomi vice-presented and Managing Director Manu Jain, State Information Technology Minister N Lokesh with Industries Minister N Amarnath Reddy and IT Principal Secretary K Vijananada with other attend this statement.

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