Dell Technologies today announced the establishment of a Global Innovation Hub (GIH) in Singapore to boost R&D capabilities, with some US$23 million to be invested this year. Over the three-year period from 2019, a total of US$50 million ($66 million) will be invested.

In a release, Dell said these investments will go towards accelerating developments in digital experiences and other related R&D work, and this will be supported by the Digital Industry Singapore (DISG), a joint office of the Economic Development Board (EDB), Enterprise Singapore (ESG) and Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA).

Amit Midha, Dell’s President for Asia Pacific & Japan and Global Digital Cities said the GIH “supported by talented local professionals will allow us to further contribute to the country’s growth and develop innovative products and solutions in emerging technologies to serve the wider regional and global markets.” 

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