Red Hat opens first APAC Open Innovation Labs

By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Tuesday, 26 September, 2017

Red Hat has launched its first Open Innovation Lab in the Asia-Pacific region, setting up shop in Singapore.

Red Hat Innovation Labs are designed to help companies develop solutions for business challenges by working collaboratively in an immersive lab environment with Red Hat experts.

Companies can conduct the work at the new physical lab in Singapore, in pop-up labs at a customer’s site or virtually over cloud-based communications.

IT teams will work with Red Hat consultants, engineers and experts to modernise existing applications or create new ones using open source and DevOps principles. A typical lab residency lasts from one to three months and includes hands-on instruction.

“Businesses across Asia Pacific are innovating, while many companies are using digital technologies to create greater value and a better customer experience. We recognise their needs to fuel faster innovation and are excited to bring Red Hat Open Innovation Labs to this region,” Red Hat Senior Vice President and General Manager for Asia Pacific Dirk-Peter van Leeuwen said.

“The vision for Red Hat Open Innovation Labs is to introduce Red Hat’s unique DNA and the open source way of working to our customers in a residency-style, virtual or pop-up setting.”

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