Oracle Creates Asian R&D Center

Oracle is linking development and solution centers in Asia Pacific and Japan to build a new R&D center. This center will develop local and global solutions. The center will incorporate people from Beijing, Gurgaon, Seoul, Shenzhen Singapore, Tokyo and other Asia pacific locations.

“This new collaboration will significantly enhance our Asia Pacific innovation development process and ultimately benefit our customers and partners in this region,” said Kevin Walsh, chief technology officer,Oracle Asia Pacific & Japan. “With all sides of the globe participating and contributing to technology solutions, our customers will gain access to some of the most cutting-edge IT projects in the world. Customers and partners will also be able to collaborate with Oracle’s vast R&D network to apply new thinking in the way software can be used to stimulate global growth and innovation in any industry or country.”

Oracle recently reported that it spent 2.2 billion dollars on R&D in 2007. That’s up 17% from 2006.

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