HP has opened a research facility in Singapore, its third such lab in the Asia-Pacific region. It will look at how datacentres and applications can be redesigned to meet future cloud-computing needs.
Launched on Wednesday, the new HP Labs Singapore will work closely with the company's other global labs such as its Service Automation and Integration Lab based in Palo Alto, California, and the Automated Infrastructure Lab based in Bristol, to build HP's new enterprise cloud software platform, dubbed Cirious.
HP said it will invest S$50m (£23m) over five years into the new local facility, the seventh of such labs worldwide.
For more on this story, see HP opens $35.6M lab in Singapore on ZDNet Asia.