Microsoft Corporation India today launched the Microsoft Innovation Framework, aimed at fostering the growth of local software economy. It plans to set up the world’s first Innovation Triangle Park (ITP) in Pune as part of this framework.
The ITP will comprise multiple Microsoft innovation centers focused on three different areas including skills and intellectual capital, industry partnerships and funding, that are vital for software companies looking to create intellectual capital.
Based on a long-term effort involving multiple private and public partnership, Microsoft has already entered into alliances with the Symbiosis International University and College of Engineering, Pune, and Nasscom. Microsoft will contribute its expertise from over 100 Microsoft Innovation Centers, 15 Microsoft Technology Centers and five Microsoft Research Centers across the globe to create a world-class facility.
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