NetApp rolls out Research and Development center in Bangalore

1st February 2014 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, February 01, 2014: NetApp has rolled out its research and development (R&D) center at Mahadevapura, in Bangalore, India.

The nearly one million square foot facility will offer world-class working, collaboration, and recreational spaces to foster continued innovation and cross-functional collaboration. Consistent with NetApp facilities around the world, the new research and development center will exceed rigorous global environmental and safety standards. Spread over 15 acres, the new facility will include a highly efficient, 25,000 square foot data center to support global development and business operations. The facility is scheduled for completion in late 2015.

Vice President and Managing Director at NetApp India Deepak Visweswaraiah said, “Breaking ground on this facility is a significant milestone for NetApp R&D operations. The availability of world-class talent, advanced infrastructure, and proximity to the booming emerging markets of the world are key reasons behind this significant investment. Perpetuating a strong culture that makes NetApp a great place to work in India is a top priority, and we are confident that the new Bangalore facility will spur collaboration and creativity and set a new foundation for growth, innovation, and success in India.”

George Kurian, Executive Vice President, Product Operations, said, “The new Bangalore facility will provide NetApp with a center of excellence where we can accelerate product innovation. To enable increasingly multidisciplinary and collaborative work, we want to have all our teams under one roof, which will enable the free flow and cross-pollination of ideas that have been hallmarks of the NetApp culture. NetApp has long been committed to the Indian market and APAC as a whole, and today’s ground breaking signals the exciting start of our next phase of growth here.”

This development is an outcome of a commitment NetApp made to the Karnataka government by signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) at the Global Investors Meeting in 2012.

Anil Valluri, President, India and SAARC Operations, NetApp Marketing and Services, said, “Innovation is at the core of our DNA. Our employees are constantly committed to harnessing product innovation to deliver exceptional experience and differentiated value to our customers and partners world over. This new world-class facility will provide the convergence of our talent under one roof and underlines our commitment to push the boundaries of technology to help our customers’ deploy our solutions that deliver better business outcomes.”

 

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