Intel opens R&D center in Romania
November 9, 2010Posted by on
“Intel on Monday opened a research and development center in Bucharest that will focus on software development. The center will initially employ two dozen employees and focus on software such as Meego, a Linux-based OS for use in devices including smartphones, TVs or in-vehicle entertainment systems.
The center’s workforce is expected to expand by three to four times, Intel said in a statement. The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment about the time frame for that expansion.
Romania has a rich university environment and software engineering talent, said Renee James, Intel senior vice president and general manager, Software and Services Group, in a statement.”
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