Microsoft launches Taj Mahal inspired India Development Center (IDC) facility in Noida, NCR


Microsoft has now launched its new India Development Center (IDC) at Noida, NCR region, which will serve as a hub for innovation and engineering.

This is Microsoft's third development Center in India after Hyderabad and Bangalore. IDC is one of Microsoft's largest Research and Development centers outside its Redmond headquarters, notes the announcement.

The IDC NCR workspace architecture is inspired by the Taj Mahal. The project has implemented water and energy conservation practices to reduce its carbon footprint.

Executive Opinions

Riku Pentikäinen, Regional Director, Asia Real Estates Operations, said, "Recognizing the strategic importance of establishing Microsoft engineering presence in Noida, my team went over and beyond in ensuring that our first engineering hub in Noida truly represents Microsoft Design Language infused with local culture and inheritance. In this respect, I feel the team overdid themselves, and the newly opened Noida office is one of the most beautiful Microsoft workspaces, we have designed, to date."

Rajiv Kumar, Managing Director, Microsoft India Research & Development Pvt. Ltd., said, "The Microsoft NCR workplace represents a critical expansion of our world-class technology talent and exceptional engineering presence in India. Digital Transformation is set to trigger the new frontier of innovation, and the excellent facilities at the Microsoft Noida workplace provide the right environment for shaping the future of the IT industry in this part of the world. Our architectural tribute to the iconic Taj Mahal was made with constant considerations to meet our deep commitment to sustainability and support for local artisans and materials."

Microsoft's NCR IDC

Microsoft IDC in India consists of three technology groups and core engineering services, driving most of the work happening across Microsoft.

The company revealed that the new center would build on Microsoft's commitment to tap into India's world-class engineering talent and create solutions for the global impact.

The center will offer opportunities for engineering talent in the areas of business & productivity tools, core services, AI, Cloud & enterprises, and the new gaming division, notes the announcement.
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