Intel plans to hire more than 1,000 people at its new facility in Hyderabad, the chipmaker’s second engineering centre after the one in Bengaluru, the company said. The unit, which employs 400 people with emerging technology skills, would “foster entrepreneurship and a research mindset”, Intel said.
The centre will contribute to computing and communications technology innovations that will address critical challenges in a data-centric world, and advance Intel’s engagements with the city’s technology ecosystem. Employees at the new facility will focus on critical global products and technologies across next generation System on Chip, graphics, hardware platforms and software to fuel Intel’s growth.
“We have made significant impact in areas such as Cloud, Client, Graphics, artificial intelligence (AI), 5G, and Autonomous Systems and our new design facility in Hyderabad will enable us to further boost innovation for India and the world,” said Nivruti Rai, head of Intel India and VP of Data Center Group, Intel Corporation.