"The tie-up envisages developing next generation technologies with our global talent pool in cloud, big data, Java and open source platforms for DreamWorks," the IT bellwether said in a statement here on Saturday.

Infosys chief executive Vishal Sikka said the company had a market-leading record of delivering critical engineering services to innovative tech firms like DreamWorks.

"Combination of our expertise in delivering engineering services and technologies has huge potential for wider use in the world around us," Sikka said on the occasion.

Lauding the tie-up between two major firms, DreamWorks chief executive Jeffrey Katzenberg said as a world leader in enterprise solutions, Infosys was the right partner to develop new technology on a large scale.

The two-decade-old studio co-founded by Katzenberg with renowned Hollywood film maker Steven Spielberg, has rolled out 29 feature films in animation, which generated USD 12 billion revenue worldwide till August 2014.

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