Motorola increases investment in Asia with new research centers

The new research and development centers in India and Taiwan, will focus on developing telecom switching, broadband and ultra wide band initiatives, among others.

Motorola has opened two new research and development (R&D) centers in India and Taiwan, a move which it said marks the company's commitment in technology development in the Asia-Pacific region.

The center in India, located in Bangalore, is Motorola's third R&D center in the country, according to a media statement. It will house the company's core networks and embedded communications computing divisions, and focus on new telecom switching technologies and products across CDMA and GSM/UMTS networks, as well as develop products for the communications server.

The Taiwan Technology Center is Motorola’s second R&D center in the country and will operate at the company’s Shin Dian Plant in Taipei. The center will focus on developing Motorola’s broadband and wireless initiatives including ultra wide band wireless solutions.