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Sun Micro's global strategy

Staff Reporter

To double staff strength in India

BANGALORE: Sun Microsystems on Friday announced the initiation of a global strategic programme aimed at streamlining and consolidating R&D operations at the key growth sites for the company.

This includes the Sun India Engineering Centre at Bangalore besides the ones at Beijing, St. Petersburg and Prague.

Addressing a press conference, Stephen Pelletier, Senior Vice President (Global Engineering), said Sun India had already crossed 1,000 employees mark and would be looking at doubling the number in the next two years.

The programme would design and implement policies aimed at improving organisational and process effectiveness at the India Engineering Centre (IEC).

The products developed would suit the Indian market. As part of this initiative, Vijay Anand, who was the Managing Director of IEC, had been promoted as Corporate Vice President, he added.

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