Apple pouring 1 billion euros into expanding the Munich Silicon Design Center

To expand the Munich Silicon Design Center expansion, Apple has invested an extra 1 billion euros in German R&D that are good for six years

Apple said that the investment will help to create and construct a modern research establishment at Seidlstrasse. This will Apple’s R&D teams to convene in fresh and innovative ways, thus boosting collaboration and fostering innovation.

“Our R&D teams in Munich are critical to our efforts to develop products delivering greater performance, efficiency, and power savings,” said Johny Srouji, Apple’s senior vice president of Hardware Technologies.

“The expansion of our European Silicon Design Center will enable an even closer collaboration between our more than 2,000 engineers in Bavaria working on breakthrough innovations, including custom silicon designs, power management chips, and future wireless technologies.”

Munich Silicon Design Center

As part of the Silicon Design Center expansion, Apple will have its teams working at multiple R&D locations. This includes the newly built Seidlstrasse facility, as well as Denisstrasse and Marsstrasse.

These three new locations are near Apple’s Karlstrasse R&D facility.

All these engineering sites with Arnulfstrasse and Hackerbrücke form the European Silicon Design Center, are in Munich’s Maxvorstadt district.

Over the last five years, Apple has invested more than 18 billion euros in partnerships with over 800 German firms.

This has created a lot of jobs, improved community development, and the provision of workforce opportunities all across the country.

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