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MeitY Startup hub Onboards MathWorks to Support Tech Start-ups in India

Jeet Vijay

MietY Startup Hub (MSH) an initiative of Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY), focused on building the tech start-up ecosystem across India by encouraging technology innovation, start-ups, and creation of intellectual properties, has formalized their partnership with MathWorks, the developer of mathematical computing software for scientists and engineers. 

Under this partnership, startups at MSH incubators will receive free access to MATLAB, a programming and numeric computing platform used to analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models, and Simulink, a simulation environment for products and systems. MSH entrepreneurs also gain access to more than 100 add-on toolboxes, engineering support from MathWorks’ experts, and access to the MATLAB Central user community. These tools have been adopted by many industries across application areas including artificial intelligence, electrification, simulation, wireless among others. MSH and MathWorks will host a virtual onboarding for all MSH incubators and startups.  

Welcoming the partnership, CEO, MSH, Mr. Jeet Vijay said that “The tie-up between MSH and MathWorks aims to benefit the tech start-ups by providing them necessary products and services, mentorship and technical upskilling, assistance in market outreach, thus reinforcing the objective of MSH – to promote innovation leading to the creation of world-class start-ups and vibrant economy.”  

“We are proud to partner with MietY Startup Hub in its journey of building the tech startup ecosystem in India. We look forward to extending our industry standard tools and expertise to startups associated with MSH incubators” said Sunil Motwani, Country Manager – Sales & Service MathWorks India Private Limited.    


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