CSR opens new R&D centre in Bristol

CSR opens new R&D centre in Bristol

CSR opens new R&D centre in Bristol

Bluetooth specialist CSR has opened a new R&D facility in Bristol. It will concentrate on wireless connectivity and audio for products in areas such as automotive and wearable devices.

It already had an R&D site at the Bristol & Bath Science Park, since 2012, and the new facility is at Almondsbury in Bristol. The expansion will create a number of job opportunities in the local area, says CSR, especially for graduates from South West universities.

“At CSR, we’re passionate about developing cutting-edge technology that helps our customers turn great ideas into market leading products, and to do that we need to invest strategically in R&D,” said Anthony Murray, senior vp of CSR’s Business Group.

“That’s why we’re opening this new, larger facility in Bristol. Bristol has a vibrant technology scene and with high quality universities that are developing the next generation of engineering talent on our doorstep it is a great place to expand our R&D capabilities.”

Work at the facility will include system engineering, software and digital design and architecture verification.

Tags: audio, automotive, Bristol, CSR, R&D

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