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India as a Model for Sustainability and Climate Change Action

Tanisha Sharma

Whether it’s SaaS (Software as a Service), AI, chatbots, blockchains, quantum computing, or another innovation, new technology advancements are quickly displacing earlier models. Threats of cyberattack, data breaches, and sustainability, however, loom large with this. Given that India is the world leader in ICT, the Japanese company Fujitsu created a centre in Bengaluru’s Silicon City and is considering growing its presence there and internationally. Vivek Mahajan, the corporate executive officer of Fujitsu, recently spoke with Mint on how foreign companies regard India as a leader in the technology field.


India’s commitment to achieve net zero emissions by 2070


India is in the fortunate situation of having a large pool of tech talent and holding a commanding position in the global digital services market. the existence of governing organisations that support growth and innovation. These were some of the motivating causes behind the establishment of a Fujitsu R&D facility in India. The primary operations at Fujitsu Research of India Private Limited (FRIPL) are the development of cutting-edge technologies, advancements in artificial intelligence, next-generation processor design, network virtualization software for 5G and beyond, and quantum computing research as shown in the latest news update.


There is no question that Indian IT companies compete globally, some of them at the top. Fujitsu, however, has a history of ICT innovation dating back to 1935. We closely collaborate with businesses across all industries to jointly develop digital solutions that address their business concerns. AI, next-generation CPUs, network software, and quantum software are other areas of interest for Fujitsu’s Bangalore, India, R&D centre. 


Fujitsu provides high-performance computing, location-based information systems, and e-government solutions for our international clients, which include the public sector and the government. Along with that, we also provide a far broader and deeper range of solutions that may be applied globally, fostering a “cleantech” image in India. 


According to economy news, India is pursuing sustainable growth through technology leadership, which is the main route there. Effective sustainable development is the main component of India’s sustainability strategy. This includes a range of programmes for social, clean energy, clean water, and even sustainable agriculture development. Additionally, the Indian government has made a bold commitment to achieve net zero emissions by 2070. India is being looked to by other nations as a model for how to achieve sustainability goals and stop climate change.