In a short time the IIDC has become a significant international design and development center in Intel's world for software and hardware. Already earning a spot in the list of top ten employers of choice in India, the IIDC is Intel's largest non-manufacturing site outside of the United States.
What began as a five-man team working on device drivers in 1999 has now grown to a new state-of-the-art technology center sprawling over forty-three acres in the heart of Bangalore's Information Technology corridor. With a strong commitment to excellence in quality and innovation, over 2,500 engineers focus on Intel's core areas:
- Application software and solutions
- Chip sets
- Communication software
- Design and manufacturing automation
- Digital signal processing
- Graphic drivers
- Networking products
- Stack optimization
Today, IIDC has the distinction of housing a number of mission critical and multi-year duration projects for the company. Design of the next generation of 32-bit server and Intel® mobility technologies are just two such examples.
Several of the IIDC software groups have been assessed to be operating at or above the Software Engineering Institute's (SEI) Capability Maturity Model (CMM) Level 3. The innovative work performed by the talented teams at the center has resulted in several Invention Disclosures and patents filings.
Intel India Development Centre has the presence of key design and development teams from each Intel business group.