San Jose, California-based Polycom, (recently acquired by Canada-based telecom service provider Mitel Networks) has opened its third R&D facility in India. The move will make India the largest R&D center for the company since it already has two research facilities in Bangalore and Hyderabad, reports Economic Times. Inaugurated by Michael Frendo, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Engineering, Polycom, the research facility will partner with Harman Connected Services in this endeavor.
“We have a massive engineering investment in India. Most of the voice engineering globally happens out of the Bangalore and Hyderabad research facility. We have now opened an engineering center in New Delhi. The new R & D center will be focused mainly on the video side,” shared Geoff Thomas, President, Polycom Asia Pacific.