Intel India opens new State-of-The-Art Design & Engineering centre in Bengaluru


Intel India has now announced the expansion of its design and engineering centre in India with the opening of a new facility in Bangalore, reports different media outlets.

The company’s new centre has 4.53 lakh sq. ft of space across the two towers that can house around 2000 employees, and it aims for enhanced engineering work in client, IoT, data centre, AI, graphics and automotive segments.

Executive Opinion

In ToI report, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Union minister of state for electronics and IT, skill development and entrepreneurship, said, "In order to enable India’s aspiration to become a trillion-dollar digital economy by 2025, it is imperative for the country to accelerate the pace of digitalization with focus on innovation and engineering excellence across semiconductor product design, including hardware and software."

In the same ToI report, Nivruti Rai, country head of Intel India and vice president of Intel Foundry Services, said, "With significant contributions to Intel’s technology and product leadership, Intel India continues to accelerate innovation in design and engineering. This new state-of-the-art centre in Bengaluru offers an amazing environment for our employees to innovate while they enjoy the energetic and collaborative vibes in the workplace. This also helps in furthering our contributions and capabilities across leadership products that enable customers’ innovation and growth".

Intel's New Centre

The facility was inaugurated by Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Union Minister of State for IT and Electronics, skill development and entrepreneurship; Nivruti Rai, country head, Intel India & vice president, Intel Foundry Services and some of the eminent leaders from the industry and government.

Chandrasekhar further mentioned that the government is working towards three major objects which two are; firstly, technology must transform the lives of the people in India and secondly, technology must also create more opportunities and must even expand the digital economy, it must create innovation, and entrepreneurship and must even allow the youths of India to demonstrate what they are really capable of doing not just in India but on the global stage too.
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