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List of technology centers

This is a list of technology centers throughout the world. Governmental planners and business networks like to use the name "silicon" or "valley" to describe their own areas as a result of the success of Silicon Valley in California.

Contents

  • Americas 1
  • Africa 2
  • Asia 3
  • Australia 4
  • Europe 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7

Americas

Bolivia

Brazil

Canada

Mexico

United States

Africa

Algeria

  • Technopole of Algiers - Cyberparc of Sidi Abdallah (under construction)

Egypt

Kenya

  • Konza Technology City - launched in 2013, and set to host business process outsourcing (BPO) ventures, a science park, and other facilities

Mauritius

Morocco

South Africa

Zambia

Asia

The interior of a building in the Technopark, at Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum).

Burma

China

Hong Kong

India

Iran

Israel

Japan

Malaysia

Pakistan

Philippines

Singapore

Digital Media City in Seoul, South Korea is a high-tech complex for digital technologies.

South Korea

Taiwan

Thailand

UAE

Vietnam

Qatar

Saudi Arabia

Australia

Australia

Western Australia:

Europe

Austria

Belarus

Finland

France

WISTA in Berlin (Silicon Allee)

Germany

Ireland

  • Dublin ("The Irish Silicon Valley", due to its high number of technological EMEA centres)

Italy

  • Genoa ("Erzelli High-tech Park")

Netherlands

Portugal

Russia

Spain

Sweden

Turkey

United Kingdom

See also

References

  1. ^ Chengdu Tianfu (Heavenly City) Software Park
  2. ^ Shanghai Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park
  3. ^ Xi'an Software Park
  4. ^ Pardis Tech Park
  5. ^ Lahore's Software Park almost completed
  6. ^ Singapore Science Park
  7. ^ Southern Taiwan Science Park
  8. ^ Nankang Software Park
  9. ^ GIANT Campus website
  10. ^ [1]
  11. ^ [2]
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