ATI has opened what it said is a key research and development center for its consumer and PC business units at Hyderabad in South India.
ATI will invest millions of dollars in the center, said to be the company’s largest outside North America. It plans to hire about a hundred engineers for the center, which will develop next-generation audio and digital multimedia products for consumer electronics devices and PCs, as well as chipsets for PCs, mobile handsets and high-definition television sets.


ATI has opened what it said is a key research and development center for its consumer and PC business units at Hyderabad in South India.
ATI will invest millions of dollars in the center, said to be the company’s largest outside North America. It plans to hire about a hundred engineers for the center, which will develop next-generation audio and digital multimedia products for consumer electronics devices and PCs, as well as chipsets for PCs, mobile handsets and high-definition television sets.