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Semiconductor firm AMD to hire 3,000 engineers in Bengaluru

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Semiconductor firm AMD to hire 3,000 engineers in Bengaluru

AMD has opened its largest design centre in Bengaluru, set to hire approximately 3,000 engineers in the coming years.

The cutting-edge campus primarily focuses on advancing semiconductor technologies such as 3D stacking, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.

Ashwini Vaishnaw, the Union Minister for Railways, Telecommunications, Electronics, and Information Technology, inaugurated the ceremony.

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AMD executive leaders, including Mark Papermaster, the Executive Vice President, and Chief Technology Officer, were also present. 

The AMD Technostar campus is a key component of the company's substantial $400 million investment in India over the next five years.

It will become a centre of excellence for developing leadership products spanning high-performance CPUs for data centres and PCs, data centre and gaming GPUs, and adaptive SoCs and FPGAs for embedded devices. 

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Mr Papermaster said: “This investment strengthens our relationship with India and showcases our confidence in the exceptional engineering talent that the country has to offer. 

“This new design centre will help propel technology and product development across the AMD portfolio, fueling the next generation of high performance, adaptive and AI computing solutions for our customers around the world.” 

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Jaya Jagadish, India country head for AMD said: “The India design centre started with a handful of employees in 2004. 

“Today, 25% of AMD’s global workforce is located in India and they support the development of AMD leadership products for data center, gaming, PC and embedded customers. 

“This new facility marks the next milestone in our growth journey to be a significant contributor in the advancement of semiconductors.”

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