Pi expands Bangalore R&D center

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 27 March 2008, 05:41 Hrs
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Bangalore: Pi, a subsidiary of information infrastructure solution provider EMC, plans to expand the core technical team at its Bangalore development center by 50 percent with additional experienced software development and quality assurance positions.

Pi is developing cloud computing software and services to help individuals control how they find, access, share and protect their ever-growing and increasingly-valuable personal information.

"At Pi, we are working on cutting-edge product development and looking for highest quality developers and quality analyst. We look for people who are capable of taking on the challenge of solving deep problems," said Arathi Kundapur, Director - Engineering, Pi.

According to her, cloud computing is a term people use to describe the next generation computing in which functions are delivered across the Internet as services. "It promises to reduce the cost and complexity while delivering better experiences," Arathi said.

Pi, acquired by EMC last week, will operate as an independent subsidiary.

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