Chip Maker AMD In India- Veteran chip maker and technology company AMD will invest $ 400 million in India in the next five years (AMD investment in India). The company announced this on Friday. Under this, AMD will open a new AMD campus in Bengaluru to expand research, development, and engineering operations in India. This campus will serve as the biggest design center of the company.
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Campus will open by the end of this year
According to the news, AMD will add about 3,000 new engineering roles by the end of the year 2028. The company has also indicated that this new center will open by the end of this year. It will have extensive labs, venues, advanced assistance devices and seating arrangements designed to promote teamwork. Minister of State Rajeev Chandrasekhar welcomed.
According to the news of IANS, Minister of State for Electronics and IT, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Rajeev Chandrashekhar said in a statement that I am ready to set up his largest R&D design center in India (AMD investment in India) and expand the India-AMD partnership.
I welcome the decision. Chandrasekhar says that it will also provide tremendous opportunities for our large pool of high-skill semiconductor engineers and researchers. This investment is supported by various policy initiatives of the Central Government with a focus on the semiconductor industry.
AMD has offices in these cities of the country
This AMD has one of the broadest product portfolios in the industry, and our India teams are globally connected to the growth in artificial intelligence, networking, and 6G communications,” Mark Papermaster, executive vice president and chief technology officer, of AMD, said in a statement.
AMD will continue to play an important role in providing high-performance and customized solutions that support customers worldwide. The new 5,00,000 sq ft Bengaluru campus will bring AMD office presence to a total of 10 locations in these cities – Bengaluru, Delhi, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, and Mumbai.
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