Apple Is Looking To Open R&D Center In Haifa, Israel
Following Apple’s acquisition of Israeli flash memory company Anobit, an Israeli business newspaper Calcalist
The company is said to have received hundreds of resumes for different engineering positons. Specifically, the company is seeking hardware engineers in the field of chip development. The publication also notes that Apple’s new Israeli R&D center is not related to its purchase of Anobit and Anobit employees will not participate in the work of the Haifa research center.
In December Calcalist reported that Apple send Vice President of R&D Ed Frank to investigate possibilities of an Apple-owned R&D center in Israel. Apple joins other Silicon Valley companies that operate research centers in Israel, such as chipmakers Qualcomm, Broadcom and Intel, Internet giants Yahoo!, eBay and Google, software makers Microsoft and IBM.
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