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OnePlus is turning its India R&D facility for global technology research

Jan 13, 2020 by The Passage Team
OnePlus is turning its India R&D facility for global technology research

OnePlus is turning its India R&D facility for global technology research in the area of 5G, television, payment solution and software with engineers leading the Chinese company’s manpower expansion in the country, the company’s India head said.

OnePlus India general manager Vikas Agarwal said OnePlus is investing around Rs 1,000 crore in its R&D facility which is operational in Hyderabad. The company at present has 400 people in the Indian operation which will go up to 1,500 people over the next three years, he said.

“Currently out of the 400, around 300 are engineers in India. Going forward, we expect the ratio of engineers in total manpower will further go up. India will become a research hub for all products and undertaking a lot of research in both software and hardware,” Agarwal said.

Source: Economic Times

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