The company's global R&D investment in 2011 amounted to approximately $350 million, more than 15 per cent of its net revenues
BANGALORE, INDIA: Desktop virtualization company Citrix expanded its presence in the country with a new office in its Bangalore campus and an R&D centre in Hyderabad.
The two centres, a part of Citrix’s globally integrated R&D network located in Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, the UK and the USA, will deliver online collaboration, data sharing, virtual desktops, cloud networking and cloud platform solutions.
The company's global R&D investment in 2011 amounted to approximately $350 million, more than 15 per cent of its net revenues.
Rakesh Singh, vice president and general manager, Citrix India, said: “Over the course of our R&D journey in India,Citrix has successfully leveraged a strong pipeline ofprofessionals from Bangalore. The expansion of our R&D footprint to Hyderabad means that we can now harness a wider talent pool todevelop and deliver mobile and cloud solutions for our customers and partners worldwide.”