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Hewlett Packard Enterprise has now announced that it Plans on investing $500 million in India

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has now announced that it Plans on investing $500 million in India

By the end of 2019 HPE plans on starting its manufacturing and for that, it is said to invest $500 million. This news came on Wednesday, where for the next five years it will be increasing its workforce by roughly 20%. The investment is said to enable HPE to grow through its operations, manufacturing and employee count. Also, it is said to increase the R&D along with the services exports. That will further be taken by technology initiatives. This is to drive positive change for the local Indian communities.

HPE is focusing on hiring engineers with the expertise related to artificial intelligence and networking and to that the firm will be constructing a high-tech extension to its Mahadevapura Campus in Bengaluru.

By doing so around 10,000 employees can join the firm and the state of the art R&D facilities will be available. After the completion of the branch, it will be seen occupying 1.3-million-square-foot. It will surely be aiding the firm in R&D, engineering services, finance, and sales. Now through the firm’s strategic investment in India, it will be continuing its enhancement in its ability to help customers optimize tech. This will be redefining the experiences and also improve the operations that will set better business goals.


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