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Infineon to set up Dresden development centre

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The Development Center is expected to employ a total of around 250 people in the medium term. One focus of it will be to develop products for automotive applications, power electronics and AI. It is scheduled to be launched in the course of the 2018 calendar year. In Dresden, the Infineon Group already has one of its largest locations for developing wafer technologies and manufacturing processes, as well as a production plant. System integration is gaining in importance to enable complex interaction between semiconductors in more and more technically sophisticated cars.


N. Indiana Development Group Gets $39M Grant to Boost Region

U.S. News

An economic development group for 10 northern Indiana counties has won a nearly $39 million grant to help turn the region into a hub for agricultural research and advanced manufacturing.


25 Tennessee Communities Get Economic Development Grants

U.S. News

Gov. Bill Haslam said in a news release that the Site Development Grants announced Wednesday are intended to help rural communities finalize infrastructure and engineering improvements for project-ready, certified economic development sites.


Chatbot Development Chatbot Platform Chatbot Development Company Chatbot Programming

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Chatbots are most effective in conditions wherein a customer is trying to resolve routine problems, complete specific assignments. This involves guiding a user through a multi-step process. Chatbots shows a great effect in increasing traffic, Lead generation and ROI, reducing manpower and improved customer satisfaction.


Blackberry To Stop Making Phones: Canadian Company Will Outsource Development And Focus On Software

International Business Times

BlackBerry Limited announced on Wednesday that it will no longer develop smartphones in-house and will be outsourcing hardware development to its partners. This marks a major shift in the Canadian multinational wireless equipment company's strategy, formerly known as Research In Motion, as internal hardware development has been a part of it for 14 years. "The company plans to end all internal hardware development and will outsource that function to partners," BlackBerry chairman and CEO John Chen said in a statement. "This allows us to reduce capital requirements and enhance return on invested capital." Instead of development, the company will focus on software and services, which brought in 156 million in revenue in the second quarter.