CA's New Center To Drive SMAC Innovation
CA Technologies today announced the opening of a new Technology Center in Bangalore, often called the “Silicon Valley” of India. The new facility complements the company’s Technology Center in Hyderabad. The center plans to tap into the world-class talent base in Bangalore to further the development of differentiated, next generation solutions in emerging technologies.The focus of the new center is on organic innovation in emerging technologies, including Mobility, Digital Payments, Big Data, Data Science/Advanced Analytics, DevOps and Security.
“The CA Bangalore Technology Center will house some of the best and brightest developers and focus on developing solutions that will power our customers’ success. Organic innovation is at the heart of CA, and this new Center will enable greater collaboration and faster product development across a wide range of emerging technologies,” said Ram Varadarajan, general manager, New Business Innovation, CA Technologies. He added that along with our Center in Hyderabad, we are making important investments in research and development in India to tap into the “world-class” talent available in this market.”
CA recently opened a new Technology Centre in Santa Clara, in the heart of Silicon Valley. The work done by development teams in Santa Clara and Bangalore contributed to the recent launch of the CA Management Cloud for Mobility, a comprehensive portfolio of solutions to enable our customers to seize the opportunities and manage the challenges of the new, mobile economy.
“In today’s competitive global market, accelerating innovation and bringing new, differentiated product to market is imperative for our success, and the success of our customers. As software and new applications transform business and open new opportunity for growth, the CA Bangalore Technology Center will deliver cutting-edge solutions needed by our customers and partners around the world,” said Sunil Manglore, managing director, CA Technologies, India.The CA Bangalore Technology Center is part of the company’s effort to hub technology development at key sites around the world to drive accelerated innovation. The center has a floor area of approximately 50,000 sq. ft. and will house more than 400 employees, including engineers and developers.
“The skilled workforce of India’s Silicon Valley will enable us to develop solutions in emerging domains that will be key to driving our innovation agenda,” said Raj Gopalakrishna, senior vice president, distinguished engineer and center manager, CA Bangalore Technology Center.
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