Located off the NH-VII (Bangalore-Hosur Road), Phase II of the Electronics City is the important segment among other two phases. Divided into three phases, Electronics City is the largest technology hub of Bangalore. Popularly known as ECity, it is the Silicon Valley of India, which houses around 300 companies with a very large workforce of employees. NH-VII, the 10 lane stretch between Silk Board Junction and Electronic is the longest elevated highway in India. Also, the NICE Road (Bangalore-Mysore Structure Corridor) that further connects NH-VII and Bannerghatta Road also passes through the vicinity. Heelalige Railway Station and Carmelaram Railway Station are nearest options to commute. Kempegowda International Airport is at the driving distance. To boost the connectivity for the people, the BMRCL (Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd) has started working on the Metro Line starting from R.V. Road to Bammasandra. This new line will be an added advantage for the inhabitants and the working professionals to travel to their destinations at ease. This industrial estate boasts an oasis of large, medium and small industries spanning software services, hardware; high end telecommunications; manufacture of indigenous components; electronic musical instruments, just to name a few. Infosys, Wipro, Biocon, HP, Siemens, Mahindra Satyam are some of the renowned industries located over here. Also within the vicinity, you can find various shopping malls and convenient stores. There are some reputed educational institutes nearby like ISBR Business School, Ebenezer International School and few others. This is the perfect place for the residents wherein they have an option to live yet connected to the main Bangalore City.