Apple to open first offshore Technology Development Center in Hyderabad, India

The IT corridor of Hyderabad, India will now have a new Apple technology development center next to the facilities of Infosys, Microsoft, Cognizant, and Wipro. Apple Inc. recently announced the opening of its new technology development center in India on 250,000 sq. ft. of Tishman Speyer’s WaveRock facility. apple
Apple will reportedly be spending $25 million on the project and generate jobs for 4,500. GT Venkateshwar Rao said in one his statements that this new venture of Apple will boost Hyderabad’s already set image of being a hub for technology development.

Microsoft’s Windows 10 was developed in Hyderabad, but it has been a global product now. Both Microsoft and Google have announced plans to invest in India.

Jayesh Ranjan, Secretary to IT department in the state of Telangana, said in his statement,

“It’s a very positive development as Apple has not looked at cities only in India, but across many places in Europe and other parts of the world. Their decision to have the facility in Hyderabad is a strong endorsement of the city as a major IT hub in the country.”

The new Apple Inc. development center will initially open as an innovation center in the month of June and will launch full-fledged by the end of 2016. The Company also has plans to develop maps for Mac systems and iPhones.

This would be Apple’s first Technology Development Center, outside the Unites States.

Back in the year 2006, Apple had some plans to start a venture in Bangalore, India which somehow didn’t turn up.

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  1. Thank You

    Yay… I make lots of money from buggy software that is continually imported from India.

  2. Satyanarayan

    You are mistaken, Indians help fix your bugs effectively and make your life easier. No wonder some of the top corporate heads are people of Indian origin. Take the case of Pichai (Google), Nadella (Microsoft), Natayan (Adobe), DSouza (Cognizant), Mehrotra (SanDisk), Indra (Pepsico), Banga (MasterCard), etc. So I suggest you sit back and enjoy your Pepsi and chips, and let us do the work. 😉

  3. Thank You

    You are so right about those US companies that have your native CEOs. In each case you mention, they are producing crappy, buggy products and Microsoft is leading the pack. Software quality has dramatically declined over the past 7-10 years, because all you worry about is writing code quickly instead of doing it correctly.

    Again, I make lots of money because of your inability to perform the task correctly, coding or otherwise. If you don’t believe me, I would be happy to share my statistical findings with you. Of course, I’m guessing that you are not smart enough to understand the metrics.

    BTW, I love your Pepsi and chips comment – reflects your utter stupidity. I would welcome the debate with you if you are smart enough for the challenge. Like everyone else from your native land, you are not.

  4. Satyanarayan

    LOL. Your racial bigotry comes across well. No wonder you guys are heading towards decadence. Move on dude … go back to munching your chips.

  5. No racial references please or I will delete your comments.

  6. I will delete comments in case of any ‘racial references”, henceforth.

  7. Slumdog

    Satyanarayan, I bet you also lie about your education, age, birthday, work experience, certifications, etc… typical traits that Americans observe with the roaches — and you are not fooling anyone.

  8. The Truth

    This Center will not be open for long. Unlike Microsoft, Apple will not tolerate crappy software code.

  9. Renson

    Too funny… let’s see how many new bugs will be introduced into IOS.

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