The Silicon Review
13 Febuary, 2019
According to two industrial executives’ LinkedIn profiles, Google has employed over 12 engineers within a couple of months in Bangalore, India. The company intends to quickly add more employees.
The move by the Tech behemoth comes afterit had expanded the program to upgrade its devices internally.
Google’s Bangalore site was not reported earlier. But now, the company ranks among the handful of firms which have created their own chips. Due to the company’s agile team management, it will be able to turn itself into a leading hub for semiconductors design over the last 20 years.
The company hasn’t provided any details of the hires.
Google has developed computer chips for its data centers and smartphone since 2014. The company aims to develop more efficient and strong devices by modifying important components that originally was taken from firms like Intel.
According to reviews of LinkedIn profiles, the company has employed 16 engineers and 4 talent recruiters for its chips team. The employees belong from chipmakers like Intel, NVidia, and Qualcomn Inc.
Sources suggest that, in the company’s career website, there were 13 related job postings related to chips in Bangalore.
There are chips which specialize in analyzing voice commands and good quality videos. Therefore, Google’s range of routers, smart speakers and home security devices could be boosted by the chips.
Other big players like Microsoft and Amazon have focused onchip-related hiring in America. Amazon also has an office in Israel.
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