Netgear CEO Patrick Lo on Monday said Indian skills would help produce world class products. Netgear has opened its global engineering center in Bangalore.
It’s the first research and development center for Netgear in India.
Netgear recently opened its first SMB solution center at Bangalore. ( Netgear sets up SMB solution center in Bangalore, to launch in Delhi soon )
Netgear aims to promote business development based on local needs in the rapidly growing Indian economy.
“India is the perfect playground for Netgear. We already have a strong team of R&D engineers in India and plan to continue expansion. The R&D team is one of the fastest growing teams in our organization,” said Patrick Lo, CEO and chairman, Netgear.
Netgear has presence in metropolitan cities in India and have 40 to 50 partners in each of these metro locations.
Netgear sells switching, wireless, storage and Wi-Fi/Controllers segments to SMBs. ( Netgear expands switching solutions for SMBs )
“The addition of Global R&D centre will also help Netgear include Indian customer requirements and feedback in the product design phase,” said Bhattacharya, regional director, India & SAARC, Netgear.