AMD Unveils Its Largest Global Design Center in Bengaluru, India

Last Updated on 28th November 2023

AMD inaugurated its largest global design center in Bengaluru on November 28. The center, named AMD Techostar, will cover an area of 500,000 square feet and will be situated in the Brookfield area of East Bengaluru. The center is part of AMD’s USD 400 million investment plan for the next five years to expand research and development in India. The state-of-the-art campus will provide employment opportunities for 3000 AMD engineers.


AMD Design Center


The campus consists of various spaces, like a modern research and development lab. The design center encompasses 60,000 square feet of contemporary R&D laboratories and a sizable demonstration center where attendees can examine AMD products and solutions. 


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This campus will function as a preeminent hub for the advancement of cutting-edge products, including gaming GPUs and PCs, high-performance CPUs designed for data centers, as well as adaptive SoCs and FPGAs intended for embedded devices. 


Mark Papermaster, executive vice president of AMD, stated that the new design center will propel technology and product development across the AMD portfolio, which will fuel the next generation of high-performance, adaptive, and AI computing solutions for customers across the world.


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About AMD

AMD (Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.) is an American multinational semiconductor company based in Santa Clara, California, that develops computer processors and related technologies for business and consumer markets. It is the world's second-largest supplier of microprocessors, behind Intel. Jerry Sanders, Frank Botte, Sven Simonsen, Larry Stenger, and Jack Gifford founded AMD in 1969. The company's first product was a set of logic chips, and it quickly became a major competitor to Intel. In the 1980s, AMD developed a number of innovative processors, including the Am2900 and Am386, which helped to keep the company competitive with Intel.


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