Dell Technologies has built an innovation facility in Singapore that will focus majorly on research and development (R&D) work in essential digital transformation technologies, including data analytics, edge computing, cybersecurity, and augmented reality. The result of a three-year investment estimating $50 million is the company’s first such facility to be built outside the US.
Dell’s president of Asia-Pacific Japan and global digital cities, Amit Midha during the hub’s official launch said more than 160 new roles would be added by year-end to boost the innovation center, including developers and designers, with maximum positions already filled. These new hires would accelerate R&D initiatives for the vendor’s customers and partners globally.
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