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The R&D footprint of Samsung Semiconductor India is growing

The launch of Samsung Semiconductor India Research’s (SSIR) new research and development (R&D) center in the nation was announced on Thursday.

This is SSIR’s second Bengaluru office, and it can hold about 1,600 experts.

The facility, which is spread over four floors of Bagmane Capital Tech Park in the Angkor-West neighborhood, is 1,60,000 square feet in size, according to a statement from the firm.

EVP and MD of SSIR Balajee Sowrirajan remarked, “The new facility embodies our commitment to expanding our footprint in India.”

With almost 4,500 workers now, SSIR plans to bring on another 700, including recent grads and lateral hires from other teams throughout the nation.

Recently, SSIR assisted in the establishment of a Quantum Technology Lab at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc).

The Quantum Technology Lab will solve issues related to quantum technology dependability by integrating cryogenic control chips with qubits, detectors, and single photon sources.

According to the firm, the lab will act as a hub for technical innovation, training of human resources, and cooperation with national and worldwide quantum research organizations. The launch of Samsung Semiconductor India Research’s (SSIR) new research and development (R&D) center in the nation was announced on Thursday.

This is SSIR’s second Bengaluru office, and it can hold about 1,600 experts.

The facility, which is spread over four floors of Bagmane Capital Tech Park in the Angkor-West neighborhood, is 1,60,000 square feet in size, according to a statement from the firm.

EVP and MD of SSIR Balajee Sowrirajan remarked, “The new facility embodies our commitment to expanding our footprint in India.”

With almost 4,500 workers now, SSIR plans to bring on another 700, including recent grads and lateral hires from other teams throughout the nation.

Recently, SSIR assisted in the establishment of a Quantum Technology Lab at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc).

The Quantum Technology Lab will solve issues related to quantum technology dependability by integrating cryogenic control chips with qubits, detectors, and single photon sources.

According to the firm, the lab will act as a hub for technical innovation, training of human resources, and cooperation with national and worldwide quantum research organizations.

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