December 4, 2023 /SemiMedia/ -- AMD has announced the establishment of its largest-ever global research and development center in Bangalore, India, as part of the company's $400 million investment in India over five years.

The 500,000-square-foot R&D center plans to train 3,000 engineers over the next few years and serve as a catalyst for regional technology development. The center will be responsible for delivering advanced CPUs, GPUs, adaptive SoCs and FPGAs for PCs and data centers. Furthermore, the center will have a large pool of 'Indian' professionals and workforce, thereby contributing to the 'Make in India' policy.

"We are delighted to inaugurate our largest global design center in Bengaluru today. This investment strengthens our relationship with India and demonstrates our confidence in India's exceptional engineering talent. This new design center will help drive the overall AMD's portfolio of technology and product development delivers next-generation high-performance, adaptive and artificial intelligence computing solutions to our customers around the world," said Mark Papermaster, chief technology officer at AMD.

Additionally, AMD has partnered with Indian telecom companies to offer its networking technology powered by Xilinx IP.