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June 10th, 2007
Agilent chief gives thumbs-up to Indian R&D
The company is also looking at opportunities in the nanotechnology sector. It will soon introduce nanotechnology measurement tools in India. "We feel that India is going to make investment in nanotechnology and we feel this will be a new area of opportunities for us in India," Sullivan added.
In India, the Agilent has sales and support offices in Delhi/Gurgaon, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Bangalore, while R&D centres in Gurgaon and Bangalore. The company has about 1,400 people across the sales and support, high-end engineering and engineering services and transaction processing.
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