The new laboratory aims to design customised products and solutions for customers worldwide.
On Tuesday, US-based networking hardware company, Array Networks invested Rs 140 crore ($20 million) in India to set up a product innovation and design centre. With the help of this move, the company aims to increase the workforce to five-fold by the end of this year.
ET Telecom reported that the new laboratory aims to design customised products and solutions for customers worldwide. The company aims to tap potential business opportunities across government’s flagship initiatives such as smart cities.
Array last year supported 290,000 e-Commerce transactions per second, and its products rely on Intel architecture.
A vibrant Indian market
Array Networks president and chief executive Michael Zhao said that India is one of the fastest growing markets for his company and will add technically-skilled manpower. He further stated that Array sees some great opportunity in India and hence believes in putting more resources and investments in the country.
Zhao said that the company was committed to India market and would keep on investing. According to him, enterprise customers couldn’t work without security applications, and the company provides solutions to customers to facilitate seamless migration to the cloud.