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Microsoft Robotics
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Microsoft Corp., the world’s largest software company by revenue, sells consumers and corporate customers everything from Windows operating systems to Xbox game consoles to Microsoft Office applications. Microsoft Corp. develops, manufactures, licenses, and supports a wide range of software products and services for various computing devices.

It offers operating systems for personal computers, servers, and intelligent devices; server applications for distributed computing environments; information worker productivity applications; business solutions applications; high-performance computing applications; software development tools and video games.

Microsoft Robotic and Microsoft Developer Studio Developer Studio 4 Beta 2 (RDS4 Beta 2) (Microsoft Corporation MSFT:NYSE) provides support to help develop robot applications. RDS4 Beta 2 includes a programming model to develop asynchronous, state-driven applications. RDS4 Beta 2 provides a common programming framework that can be applied to support a wide variety of robots, enabling code and skill transfer. The company was founded by William H. Gates III in 1975 and is headquartered in Redmond, WA.

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One Microsoft Way
Redmond, WA, 98052
United States
Tel: 1-425-882-8080
Fax: 1-425-936-8000
http://www.microsoft.com/robotics
Company Leadership

Bill Gates, Chairman
Steven Ballmer, CEO & Director
Brian Turner, COO
Peter Klein, CFO  
Eric Rudder, Chief Technical Strategy Officer


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Microsoft Robotics in the News
In a second round of planned layoffs, Microsoft cuts 2,100 jobs, including the entire robotics research team. CEO Satya Nadella plans to cut 18,000 positions.
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