A first of its kind in the region for Mellanox, the joint office and hi-tech solutions centre is expected to be fully operational by November.
Data centre solutions provider Mellanox has announced the opening of its new APAC headquarters and solutions centre in Singapore. The company’s new Asia headquarters will feature a technology solution centre for showcasing the latest technologies from Mellanox, in addition to an executive briefing facility. The solution centre will feature the innovative solutions enabled by latest Mellanox technologies including HPC, cloud, big data, and storage.
“Mellanox Technologies’ headquarters in Singapore will be our first physical presence in Asia outside of China and Japan, hosting groups of business professionals and engineering teams,” said Charlie Foo, vice president and general manager, Asia Pacific, Mellanox Technologies. “The new office will help us to strengthen and accelerate our business across Asia Pacific, and foster further collaborations with our partners and customers.”
A first of its kind in the region for Mellanox, the joint office and hi-tech solutions centre is located in Suntec City Tower 3, and is expected to be fully operational by November this year. The new APAC headquarters will house business and R&D teams to accelerate the region's revenues and solutions development around Mellanox’s interconnect technology.
Citing the centrality of Singapore, maturity of tech adoption in the market and strong talent pool as some of the primary reasons behind the investment, Foo said key markets for the company include Singapore, Japan, India, Korea, Australia and New Zealand, as well as emerging markets across Southeast Asia.
“With this operational expansion, we intend to focus on and better serve our key market sectors, including the government of Singapore, higher education facilities in Australia, and cloud service providers across the region. In doing so, we intend to strengthen our footprint in Asia,” he added.
Mellanox is already currently working with major brands in the region such as Monash University and the National Computational Infrastructure in Australia, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) in India, Fujitsu and SAKURA Internet in Japan, Samsung in Korea as well as the Singapore Exchange and the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star) in Singapore.