Intel India on Monday launched its latest center in Hyderabad in a bid to expand its footprint in India.
Intel opens its Design & Engineering Centre in Hyderabad, which will design next-generation computing and communications technology. The facility also hosts an incubation center for hardware and software startups.
It’s a very exciting day for Intel India today as we inaugurate our world-class design & engineering center in Hyderabad. IT minister @KTRTRS, IT secretary @jayesh_ranjan, Intel Sr VP @Rajaontheedge & Intel India country head @rnivruti unveil the plaque for #IntelinHyderabad. pic.twitter.com/inXoexS6qn
— Intel India (@IntelIndia) December 2, 2019
Spread across 300,000 square feet, the center can accommodate 1,500 people.
Intel Hyderabad Centre
Nivruti Rai, country head of Intel India said that Hyderabad has a lot of potential in terms of expansion for the company
— Minister for IT, Industries, MA & UD, Telangana (@MinisterKTR) December 2, 2019
Intel India Country Head Nivruti Rai said “we will look at all kinds of skills, not just focusing on AI… we will build a complete organization here.” Intel, she added, has invested significantly in R&D in India and made a significant impact in areas such as Cloud, Client, Graphics, AI, 5G and autonomous systems.