Zoom Video Communications announced the setting up of a second technology centre in Chennai, India, without elaborating on the recruitment plans.
The San Jose, California, US-based video conferencing company said the investment in Chennai technology centre is part of Zoom’s expansion plans in India and will supplement the existing technology center in Bangalore, in addition to the two data centres in Mumbai and Hyderabad.
Chennai technology centre will focus on research and development of new products including Zoom Contact Center and technologies to build a communications platform that will mimic real-life immersive experiences for users.
“We welcome talents in India to be part of our growing DevOps, IT, Security, and Business Operations teams as we scale our operations,” Velchamy Sankarlingam, President of Product and Engineering at Zoom, said.
“Zoom is a preferred video platform for collaboration and connection used by millions of businesses and people around the world,” said Sameer Raje, General Manager & Head of India and SAARC Region at Zoom.