Earlier this year silicon.com's Steve Ranger visited Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore to investigate the Indian technology industry. These are some of the images from Bangalore.
Home of developers
By the end of this year, SAP plans to have 4,000 staff working at the site, home to 20 per cent of its developers and one of four global hubs with responsibility for products.
Road to Banaalore
The road back into Bangalore.
This is the Bangalore campus of Wipro, out at Electronics City, which is also home to dozens of other high-tech companies.
Around 20,000 people work at this site, which has basketball courts and other facilities including shops and a gym to keep the staff happy.
Another view across the Wipro campus.
Bangalore's Electronics City
silicon.com's Steve Ranger visited Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore to investigate the Indian technology industry. These are some of the sights from the Bangalore leg of the trip.
Electronics City is a giant industrial park on the edge of Bangalore. It is home to dozens of the big names in technology. This space-age vision is one of the new buildings on the giant Infosys campus.
Around 17,000 staff work at the site, which is so big that tours are conducted from a fleet of golf buggies.
This shows another of the new buildings (peeking through in the center) which is just in development.
This is professor Sadagopan who runs the International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore--a graduate tech school which sits opposite the giant Infosys campus, out at Electronics City.