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ARM fortifies design operations in India

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:intellectual property? India design center? physical IP design?

ARM has opened larger offices in India to house expanded operations. This makes the Indian facility the second-largest design center for the company outside its Cambridge headquarters.

ARM India is expected to grow its current staff of 350, with the expanded team of engineers to focus on next-generation ARM technology for advanced digital products.

ARM chief operating officer Tudor Brown said, "This expansion reinforces the critical role played by India in ARM's global operations. Since ARM began operations in India in 2004, the design center has become increasingly important in harnessing skilled technical talent to develop technology solutions for the digital world. Going forward, India offers ARM tremendous opportunities to grow and expand its scope of product development activities."

ARM's Indian operations are aimed at creating high-value semiconductor IP products and solutions that address ARM's marketsmobile devices, wireless, networking, security and automotive apps, as well as offering services for companies developing products based on the ARM architecture.

"ARM is a young and growing company. The ARM India design center is the fastest growing within ARM worldwide and is truly a microcosm of the ARM global family, since key technical functions including physical IP design, processor design, testing and embedded software design are performed here," said Anil Gupta, managing director for ARM's India operations. "Its role in contributing to global product development and adding highly skilled technical value will grow as India becomes an increasingly important semiconductor market."

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