The Silicon Valley is an enclave of technology visionaries and creators right in the center of some of the most beautiful, culturally rich and intellectually-loaded real estate on earth. Microsoft Silicon Valley demonstrates these core Valley attributes at our site of over 2,600 employees who are bringing innovations to the areas of TV, Gaming, Hardware, Live Communications, Natural User Interface, Search, Research, Virtualization, Enterprise Social Networking, Productivity & Presentations. Through our energy, camaraderie, and entrepreneurial spirit, Microsoft Silicon Valley feels like a startup. In resources and stability, we function like a heavyweight.
Olof Mases Jack Of All Trades, Master Of Them All.
When Olof Mases talks to managers of companies that are being acquired by Microsoft, he tells them the story of his early career at tech startups in Sweden. Read More
Sara Ford Contender For World's Most Interesting Woman? You Decide.
Microsoft Silicon Valley is the nexus of Sara’s passions, where her work interests intersect with all of her cultural, environmental, and educational desires. Read More
Meet "The Phone Guy" Antoine Naaman is really into Nokia phones. And we mean really into Nokia phones.
Born in France and raised in Lebanon, Antoine’s interest in phones started when he was just ten years old. And the advent of Nokia’s sleek, smaller handsets in the late ‘90s took his passion to the next level. Read More
Time-of-Flight Sensor MSV Takes Silicon Development into the Next Dimension
In the small world of silicon chip engineering, ISSCC is the premier annual conference. It’s hosted right down the road from Microsoft Silicon Valley, but, until this year, no Microsoft paper had ever been accepted into the conference. Read More
Small MSV Team Creates A Big Product. Meet the team that created PowerPoint for iPad
After months of speculation and tech blog rumors, Microsoft Office for the iPad has arrived. But it’s not as if the introduction of the world’s most popular productivity applications on the best-known tablet was accomplished through a simple handshake between Microsoft and Apple. Read More