Nvidia expands global development center in Pune

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Technology major Nvidia on Thursday expanded its development centre in Pune which is the company’s largest campus (350,000 square feet) outside its corporate offices in Silicon Valley.

“Pune is one of Nvidia’s major sites. We’ve grown 15-fold here in the past ecade. Today’s opening is testimony to Pune’s pivotal role in our company and our continued leadership in visual computing,” said company founder and chief executive Jen-Hsun Huang.

“In a world rich with displays and cameras, visual computing is more important than ever. Nvidia is dedicated to continuing to lead this field, by attracting the world’s best engineers and sustaining a culture where they can do the best work of their lives,” he added.

According to the company, the development centre plays a key role in Nvidia’s global product development and innovation strategy.

“It combines world-class facilities and engineering teams that work on software development, testing and chip attachment, and driver development for a number of Nvidia products,” it added.