GlobalLogic Opens New Facility in Slovakia
San Jose, CA – GlobalLogic recently opened the doors at its new engineering center in Kosice, Slovakia.
The new R&D innovation center in what is commonly referred to as the “Silicon Valley” of Europe “will provide more opportunities for the growth of the company, its customers and global product development,” the company said.
As a member of the EU, and its close proximity to the US and Europe, Slovakia, it added, “is considered one of the most rapidly growing economies in Europe and has a strong focus on R&D and innovation in the technology sector.”
Headquartered in San Jose, California, and McLean, Virginia, GlobalLogic was founded in 2000 and operates design and engineering centers in the UK, India, China, Ukraine, Argentina, Israel and Chile.
The company works with both start-ups and industry leaders, including many of the world’s top hardware, software, and consumer brands.
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