Dell’s New Singapore Facility To Focus On Digital Transformation Technologies
Dell Technologies has established an innovation facility in Singapore that focuses on research and development (R&D) work in key digital transformation technologies, including edge computing, data analytics, and augmented reality. The result of a three-year investment totalling $50 million, it is the company’s first such facility to be built outside the US.
It also houses a team dedicated to enhancing user experience, according to Dell’s president of Asia-Pacific Japan and global digital cities, Amit Midha. Of the total investment, $23 million alone will be invested this year.
The facility also accommodates the company’s existing R&D work in Singapore that is responsible for the company’s global design and development work for product categories that include monitors and client peripherals. In addition, it encompasses a hardware prototyping lab focused exclusively on product design, including the development of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. read more
Source: Eileen Yu | ZDNet