Intel India on Friday announced the expansion of its design and engineering footprint in India with the unveiling of a new 4.53 lakh sq. ft facility here.
The new center across two towers can accommodate 2,000 employees and will help advance Intel India’s ”cutting-edge” design and engineering work in client, data center, IoT, graphics, artificial intelligence, and automotive segments, a company statement said.
It was inaugurated by Union Minister of State for Electronics & IT, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Rajeev Chandrasekhar.
Karnataka Minister of IT & BT, Higher Education, Science & Technology, C N Ashwath Narayan, and Country Head, Intel India & Vice President, Intel Foundry Services, Nivruti Rai were among those present.
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Chandrasekhar was quoted as saying in the statement: ”Intel’s critical contributions and relentless quest to advance innovation in design and engineering in India over the past two and half decades highlight the design opportunity India offers to the world”.