Mentor Graphics New R&D Facility In Noida
Mentor Graphics, an Electronic Design Automation (EDA) industry, announced the inauguration of its new Research and Development (R&D) facility at Noida.
Greg Hinckley, President, Mentor Graphics inaugurated this facility located on the Noida -Greater Noida Expressway. With an office space of 42,000 sq. ft., it has the capacity to house over 200 software professionals. This facility boasts of a world class IT infrastructure with Wi-Fi facilities for seamless communication environment
Hinckey said, “Our expansion in India is tangible reinforcement of Mentor Graphics’s commitment to invest in innovation. The Noida facility will play a significant role in R&D operation and will significantly contribute to Mentor Graphics’ future growth and progress.”
The corporate R&D center Noida is primarily involved in the area of software development for Design Verification Tools, Hardware Emulation Tools, Synthesis Tools and Debug Tools. It will also double up as a Customer Support Center.
Mentor Graphics provides the design software used to create all of the world’s electronic systems. It is time-critical technology used to design the most complex system-on-chip semiconductors & printed circuit boards. In a fast-paced world, where Electronic designers have to execute more difficult designs in lesser time, Mentor Graphics offers the tools, technologies, services and award-winning support to overcome the toughest design challenges and deliver designs on-time.
Mentor Graphics also has an R&D facility in Hyderabad and a sales office in Bangalore.
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