Microsoft Opens Its R&D Center In Noida, Its Third In India
Bengaluru, India – 20 February, 2020: Microsoft decides to expand its business with a new engineering centre. After Bangalore and Hyderabad, Noida will be the third R&D center in the country for Microsoft.
“We have built a strong engineering presence in India over the past two decades and we are excited to be expanding to Noida. This represents a critical expansion of our ability to attract world-class technology talent.” says Kurt DelBene, Executive Vice President, Corporate Strategy, Core Services Engineering and Operations, and the Chairman of
the India Development Centre (IDC) Advisory Board.
The Noida hub will be a resident to Microsoft’s engineering group throughout various technology groups. This group includes artificial intelligence in Microsoft and Research Group, Cloud and Enterprise Group, and Experience and Devices Group, along with Core Services Engineering and Operations.
Rajiv Kumar, Managing Director, Microsoft India Research & Development Pvt. Ltd. said, “The launch of the new IDC center in NCR is a step towards realizing IDC’s vision to be a world class development center and source of innovation for the next billion users. This creates opportunities for engineers to do meaningful work that will have impact across the world. We are excited to tap into the engineering talent available in this part of the country to create a truly pioneering organization that will build innovative solutions for global impact.”
R&D differs from one association to another and focuses mainly on division staffed by engineers and tasked with directly developing new products. Microsoft India development center is one of the primary and important Microsoft’s R&D. It was put up in Hyderabad in the year 1998.
With an existence in Hyderabad, Bengaluru and now NCR, Microsoft India Development Center resides in three technology sections along with engineering hub services, motivating few of the primary impacts and innovation works occur across Microsoft. Microsoft offered a cyber security service called Account Guard, which was given to few new businesses in Germany, France, Europe and Spain.