Intel has announced an investment of US$178 million in India to expand its R&D presence and build a new design house at Intel’s 44-acre campus on Sarjapur Ring Road (SRR) in Bengaluru, Karnataka. Intel India is Intel’s largest design center outside the U.S.
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Apple has announced that it will set up two more R&D centers in China. The company will build two new centers in Shanghai and Suzhou that will join the ones already in the works for Beijing and Shenzhen. Continue reading “Apple to build two more R&D centers in China, pumps over $500M in research”
A chilly breeze greets us as we stand outside the headquarters for what is arguably one of the largest glass manufacturers in the world. Corning® Gorilla® Glass helps protect our smartphones and is perhaps the de-facto standard in cover glass. We arrived in the town of Corning and were about to get unprecedented access into what goes behind making Gorilla® Glass.
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Samsung has announced that it will invest $1.2 billion into the United States specifically around the Internet of Things market. The company’s Vice chairman and CEO Dr. Oh-Hyun Kwon announced the four-year R&D plan during an event. Continue reading “Samsung to invest $1.2 billion in IoT R&D”
As part of our tour of Huawei’s China facilities, we were given an exclusive look at the company’s Research & Development labs. In the second of a two part-series, we look at the ways that Huawei tests the ability of its handsets to survive environment and climate changes as well as the key part; the reliability of its smartphones and their various ports and buttons.
In the first part of this series, we covered how Huawei tests its handsets for network performance and compliance with radiation emissions regulations and in this second part, we’re going to look at the tests that really affect mobile handsets – the reliability of the handset and its ports and the ability of the handset to handle different environments and climate changing. Continue reading “Inside Huawei R&D Part 2: Device Reliability and Environment testing”
Huawei’s Shanghai Campus
As part of our tour of Huawei’s China facilities, we were given an exclusive look at the company’s Research & Development labs to understand the different steps taken to ensure a handset is fit for consumer use. In the first of a two-part series, we take a look at the ways that Huawei tests the Antenna, Network and Radiation levels of its handsets. Continue reading “Inside Huawei R&D Part 1: Antennae, Network and Radiation”
Twitter is gearing up to open its first Research and Development (R&D) unit in India, as per the latest news The Financial Times. The microblogging site will open this facility in Bangalore, the silicon valley of India.
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Xiaomi is gearing up to set up a research and development (R&D) unit in Bangalore, India, according to a latest report from PTI. The unit is expected to be operational in few months.
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India, long considered a country without adequate technical prowess especially in the filed of R&D is now set to break the myth.
Nokia Siemens Networks selected Tata Consultancy Services to provide R&D Services through partial transfer of Nokia Siemens Networks’ Development Center tasks in Düsseldorf, Germany.
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