Intel opens Design and Engineering Centre in Hyderabad, Telangana, US-based chip company Intel has opened its design & engineering center in Hyderabad, which will design next-generation computing and communications technology. The Intel company’s expansion in Hyderabad is expected to further strengthen collaborations with the government, industry, and academia towards accelerating innovation and entrepreneurship in the State.
The facility formally inaugurated by Telangana IT Minister KT Rama Rao is spread over 3 lakh sq ft comprising of six LEED Platinum floors with a 1,500 seat capacity. The facility also hosts an incubation centre for hardware and software startups as well as Intel India Maker Lab. Intel wants to generate unicorns through these facilities.
Intel opens design and engineering centre will make contributions to critical global products and technologies across the next-generation system on chip (SOCs), graphics, hardware platforms, and software. The centre which currently houses around 380 personnel is expected to employ about 1,500 professionals by the end of 2020.
The facility will also contribute to computing and communications technology innovations engaged in addressing critical challenges and advance the company’s engagement with Hyderabad’s IT ecosystem by encouraging entrepreneurship and research. It also aims to work on Exascale Computing that will help handle the large size of data and analyze data for wide applications.