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NetApp Feels there is a Huge Space for Growth in India; here’s why

NetApp Feels there is a Huge Space for Growth in India; here’s why

India is known to have more than 2000 engineers who play their role every day. After the US, India is considered to be the second largest research facility on global development work. It is under progress and reports have it that there are even more engineering students graduating every day. For that, the cloud service provider and data Management Company – NetApp has mentioned that India is strategically vital and important. NetApp has its second largest R&D centre right here in India. It is because it sees an increasing demand for its products across market segments. The senior director, Sue Pulendran said that the firm is working with SBI and NetMagi, which is across enterprise segments.

India is slated to grow by 5.6% for the next five years in CAGR and also it has potential in growth annually by 10%. The company is co-creating new customer touch points by working with its clients. The data centres that were functioning since last year are playing a critical role in India and the company’s operations. Also, it is taking an innovative approach to take advantage of the current market opportunities to further optimize the operation. 


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