Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Global engineering firm opens Silicon Valley office

USA: —Infotech Enterprises, a global engineering solutions company with more than 10,000 employees worldwide, opened its newest office in the heart of Silicon Valley with an inaugural open house.

The company’'s founder and chairman, B.V.R. Mohan Reddy, was joined by local dignitaries to launch the latest addition to Infotech Enterprises' global engineering footprint.

The new Infotech Enterprises office is currently hiring engineers with experience in ASIC Design & Verification, Analog Mixed Signal Verification, Custom Layout, DFT, Embedded Software & and other technologies to support on-going and new innovative programs.

“Infotech Enterprises embraces a global delivery model, which seeks to match the right technical resources in the right locations with the specific development needs of our customers,” explained Mohan Reddy. “For our customers involved in silicon design and embedded software, the right location with the right skill set is Silicon Valley. Our presence in Silicon Valley enables us to access a deep and experienced pool of talent for ASIC design, Android firmware development, and networking expertise.”

The new Infotech Enterprises office will be located in an attractive, high-tech office building on Laurelwood Road, just off Highway 101 and Montague Expressway in Santa Clara. Occupying more than 9,000 square feet of office space, the new office will eventually house 60 Infotech Enterprises employees.

The new office features on-site gym and shower facilities, a 135 KVA solar installation, and public art displays from the Downtown Doors project, which features original artwork created by local middle- and high-school students.

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