CISCO To Come Onboard For AP

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SAN JOSE, CA - APRIL 17, 2001:  (FILE PHOTO)  The facade of a building on Cisco Systems' sprawling complex  is shown April 17, 2001 in San Jose, California. Analysts expect Cisco Systems to post a 13 cents-per-share profit February 4, 2003 for the second quarter.  (Photo by Dan Krauss/Getty Images)

AP is now set to get a CISCO touch. John T. Chambers, Executive Chairman, CISCO met up with the Chief Minister. He said that CISCO will set up a working group consisting of two sides: to study the requirements and the opportunities. Explaining various e-initiatives launched by the state government, the Chief Minister said that he aims to provide 15 to 20 Mbps connection to each household.

In other meetings, The Chief Minister asked, Michael Coyle, Medtronic to prepare a comprehensive proposal in providing effective cardio-health services to BPL and APL families in the state.

Shiv Khemka met the Chief Minister and briefed on their company’s achievement as defence manufacturers and in roof-top solar and urban infrastructure. He said he will hold a meeting with the Chief Minister with a detailed presentation on their investment opportunities in the state.

In his efforts to make Andhra Pradesh a go-all hub of healthcare, the Chief Minister asked Malvinder Singh, Fortis to actively involve in healthcare sector in the state.

Former CIO of the United States of America, Vivek Kundra, Executive Vice President, SalesForce called on the Chief Minister. He is currently heading one of the big tech sales company that helps companies connect with customers.



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