Dell has set up its South Asia DSC in Singapore, which aims to help customers make better use of their technology budgets.
This facility will help enterprises to invest less on managing their infrastructure and more on technology innovation so that they can grow their business.
Dell will build 12 Solution Centers globally in 2011 and Singapore is one of the sites for this project.
The technological investment is being supported by the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) and the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB).
"Today's announcement underscores Dell's evolution to a services and solutions company and we are committed to delivering end-to-end solutions that are open, capable and affordable to help our customers drive optimum business results," said Paul-Henri, chief marketing officer of Dell Consumer.
Global lab infrastructure
Dell notes that its Solution Center in Singapore will facilitate customers to learn about the company's industry-focused solutions and domain expertise to suit their own requirements.
Staffed with a local team of experts, the new facility in Singapore is equipped with a common global lab infrastructure and a global secure labs network that uses a systematic and clear approach in helping customers effectively reduce their IT investment risks.
The Dell Solution Center in Singapore will offer a range of solutions including next generation computing, intelligent data management, end-user computing and enterprise solutions.
"Singapore's robust ecosystem, pro-business environment, geo-political landscape and high-technology infrastructure enables us to help bring the benefits of cloud computing and technology solutions to our customers in the Asia Pacific and Japan region," added Paul-Henri.
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