OpenLab is aiming to build an industry ecosystem and serve as an innovation platform for Huawei, its customers and partners, both in India and globally.
Chinese tech giant Huawei has launched its new OpenLab in New Delhi, India. It will work as a one-stop ICT infrastructure support for smart city and enterprises digitisation transformation.
OpenLab is aiming to build an industry ecosystem and serve as an innovation platform for Huawei, its customers and partners, both in India and globally. The telecom equipment maker will bring system integrators, technology partners and other players together, to help test and develop innovative solutions as well as to accelerate India’s enterprise digitization.
Jay Chen, CEO, Huawei India, said, "This lab marks a new step in our commitment and collaboration with India, which began more than 18 years ago. Over the next three years, Huawei will be investing $23 million jointly in its OpenLabs in India and Thailand."
Derek Hao, Huawei India President of Enterprise Business Group, said, "India is a key market for our enterprise business and OpenLab is an important part of our global OpenLab plan. We aim to serve India, as well as global partners and customers leveraging its global expertise, talents, technologies and customer business successes."