Microsoft India Development Center is one of Microsoft’s largest R&D centers outside the Redmond headquarters. Set up in Hyderabad in 1998, we represent Microsoft’s strategy of globally shared development to build products and services.
Some of India’s most talented people work at our locations in Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad and Pune, within any of Microsoft’s four technology groups – Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Research Group, The Cloud and Enterprise Group, The Windows and Devices Group and Office Products Group.
At Service Offerings (SO), we are responsible for developing mission-critical business applications and systems for the company’s internal customers, while balancing security and trust. Leading with digital transformation and focusing on end-to-end service delivery. Advocating as Microsoft’s first and best enterprise customer, and helping enhance overall customer experience with Microsoft’s products and services.
Irrespective of geography or team, every employee is committed to realizing Microsoft’s mission of empowering every person and organization on the planet to achieve more. Specifically, in India, we are contributing to building technology to empower emerging markets.
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PRNewswire, March 20, 2017.
Microsoft projects are among the top 192 finalists at the Fast Company’s first-ever World Changing Ideas Awards. Leaving behind more than 1000 entries across categories, Connected Eyes, from Microsoft India and L.V. Prasad Eye Institute is a finalist in the health category, while other projects include Project Natick, an underwater data center; DuoSkin, a consumer product finalist, from Microsoft Research and the MIT Media Lab; and Inclusive Design, another finalist in the World Changing Idea category.
Indiatimes, Dec 30, 2016.
We live in an exciting time, where technology is advancing in leaps and bounds, in ways that were earlier unimaginable. As a generation, we need to focus our attention on technology which will help us democratize access to this intelligence. Because simply put, this is the future!
Indiatimes, Dec 21, 2016.
Microsoft India, in collaboration with L V Prasad Eye Institute, has launched Microsoft Intelligent Network for Eyecare (MINE), a global consortium of like-minded commercial, research and academic institutions that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to help eliminate avoidable blindness and ramp up worldwide delivery of eyecare services.