Intel giving 3000 Jobs & Investing 1100 Crore in Bengaluru

Intel giving 3000 Jobs & Investing 1100 Crore in Bengaluru

Intel the World’s leading chip manufacturer company Investing Rs. 1,100 crores ($170 million)  in India. They set up a new Research and Development (R&D) centre in Bengaluru which confirm their official on Wednesday.

“We are investing Rs. 1,100 crores in our upcoming R&D centre in Bengaluru as part of our India expansion plans,” said Intel India General Manager Nivruti Rai at a news conference on the US-based multinational’s investment and expansion plans in the sub-continent.

The new R&D facility in an eight-acre campus is expected to generate about 3,000 jobs over the next 18 months. It will also have a computer software development and hardware design services facility. Intel’s New Rs. 1,100 Crore R&D Centre in Bengaluru Said to Generate 3,000 Jobs. The fresh investment is in addition to $2 billion (roughly Rs. 12,852 crores) the chip maker had invested in the country till 2016.

Intel Investing 1100 Crore in Bengaluru

The company’s Indian subsidiary has about 7,000 techies to design and power semiconductor chips for its global customers. Also, they including original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of computers, smartphones and other electronic devices.

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and IT Minister Priyank Kharge were also present on the occasion.

The state high-level clearance committee, headed by the Chief Minister, cleared the company’s investment proposal on February 1, 2016 and the Karnataka Industrial Development Board allocated it the land in the city’s south-east suburb. The Intel India arm is registered with the state-run Software Technology Park India (STPI) under the 100 percent export oriented unit scheme of the government. The company’s India operations focus on R&D, hardware design, testing and validation of computer hardware and software products for the next-generation digital devices.

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