Samsung Semiconductor India Research Launches New R&D Facility in Bangalore

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The facility spans 1.6 lakh square feet across four floors and is designed to accommodate around 1,600 employees.

Samsung Semiconductor India Research (SSIR) has inaugurated its new research and development (R&D) facility in Bengaluru, for advancing semiconductor research and development in India and addressing the company’s growing need for advanced infrastructure. The facility, located in Bagmane Capital Tech Park in Angkor-West, spans 1.6 lakh square feet across four floors and is designed to accommodate around 1,600 employees.

The new campus features a modern, open-plan layout that promotes collaboration and agility, with designated hot-desking areas for workforce flexibility. It also has over sixty state-of-the-art meeting rooms for seamless communication, as well as amenities such as a fully equipped cafeteria, medical facilities, dedicated nap rooms, and recreational areas to ensure a holistic work experience for SSIR employees.

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Balajee Sowrirajan, Executive Vice President and Managing Director at Samsung Semiconductor India Research, expressed his excitement about the new facility, stating, “It is an exciting moment for us as the new facility in Bengaluru embodies our commitment to expanding our footprint in India and enabling a vibrant environment for our exceptional team members. This new hub reinforces SSIR’s standing as a crucial player in Samsung Semiconductor’s global innovation ecosystem as we open the doors to new opportunities.”

SSIR currently has a workforce of over 4,500 employees and plans to add over 700 new members, including fresh graduates and lateral hires across teams in India. The new R&D facility is SSIR’s second office space in Bengaluru, with Samsung’s largest R&D center outside South Korea also located in the city.

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