Brocade eyes $300m India investments on IP innovations

Staff writer
22 Apr 2015

Brocade announced that it is making new investments in India as an additional base to support the company's “New IP” innovations.

The company also announced the opening of a new development center in Bangalore, and stated it will invest $300 million in India over the next five years.

The new center is expected to play an important role in the development of networking innovations based on New IP architecture.

Brocade believes India is the ideal test bed for the New IP architecture as enterprises and service providers in India are receptive to open standards and are well positioned to leap directly to the New IP technologies over proprietary, legacy networking equipment.

The center will enable Brocade India to showcase proofs-of-concept and pilot projects for customers and partners--while contributing to the development of next-generation, fabric-based, and software networking solutions.

The center will also work closely with Brocade technology and solution partners and networking industry thought leaders across India, enabling the company to achieve greater penetration in industry verticals such as service providers, media, banking and finance, education, and the public sector.

In line with Brocade's plans to advance its leadership in these emerging and transformative technology areas, it will add new capacity in the India operations and effectively grow its development team in India, while expanding its sales force to support market growth.


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