Google opens Russian R&D centre

Search Engine Watch reports that Google is to open a research and development centre in Russia, run by Sergei Burkov, Founder & CEO of Dulance

Google plans to use Russia’s phenomenal engineering talent to help develop great new products both for the Russian market and globally. According to the Russian Software Developers Association (RUSSOFT) Russia has the third highest number of scientists and engineers per head of any country in the world. Google also hopes to establish long-term partnerships leading with Russian institutes and universities.

Alan Eustace, Senior Vice President Engineering and Research at Google said: “It’s great to have Sergei on board. Technology is at the heart of everything we do at Google – we’re looking forward to working with our new Moscow team to develop great products for Russian users”.

Source: Search Engine Watch Blog | TechWorld | TheGooglist

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3 Responses to Google opens Russian R&D centre

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  2. Nick Wilsdon says:

    Hi Julia,

    There was an update to this post but I’ve not caught any other news on this yet.

  3. Julig says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    do you have at your disposal any further (updated) information regarding Google’s R&D center(s) in Russia?

    On behalf of Robert Bosch’s senior management I am doing some study on R&D carried on by foreign companies in Russia (Google in particular) and would greatly apprecite if you could provide me with such information.

    Thank you!

    With kind regards

    Julia Garshina

    Robert Bosch OOO
    13, Ak. Korolyova str.
    129515 Moscow
    RUSSIAN FEDERATION
    http://www.bosch.ru

    Tel. +7 495 935-88-00
    Fax +7 495 935-71-99
    Julia.Garshina@ru.bosch.com

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