Analog Devices opens its second development center in Bangalore
By siliconindia | Thursday, 25 October 2007, 07:00 Hrs
Bangalore: Analog Devices, a global company making high-performance semiconductors for signal processing applications, has announced the opening of its second development facility in Bangalore. The facility, a part of the ongoing expansion of Analog Devices in India, is located in RMZ Infinity Technology Park on Old Madras Road. This centre will help Analog Devices India to further develop on its products such as analog IC design, high-speed DSP IC design and multimedia embedded software. The new office was inaugurated by Samuel H. Fuller, Vice President - Research and Development, Analog Devices. He also participated in ADI's 'India Technology Day' today, an annual event showcasing the work carried out by Analog Devices' engineers. In the company's tradition of collegial interaction and mentorship, a paper presentation competition was also organized for ADI engineers. Commenting on the inauguration of its second office in Bangalore, Fuller said, "India's role in Analog Devices' global strategy is increasingly becoming crucial and the India Development Center is considered as the global lead center of excellence for a variety of core technologies and products. The new development center is a reiteration of Analog Devices' commitment to India and we will continue investing in the growth of our employees here." Dr. Reddy Penumalli, Managing Director, Analog Devices India, said, "Analog Devices' growth in India is a recognition by the company of excellent results delivered and consistently improving capabilities of the India center. Over the last ten years we have built a world class development center here, carrying out complete product development." This new facility is equipped to accommodate 130 engineers.