“In May 2017, we announced a new collaboration with the EDB to foster local innovation through the InnovateNext programme – a partnership led by HPE, which will support local startups by providing access to HPE technologies as well as engineering and consultative expertise, to co-develop solutions for hybrid IT, and intelligent edge environments,” recounts Narinder Kapoor, HPE managing director of Asia Pacific.
“The InnovateNext Programme will focus on developing industry-specific technology solutions – aligned to HPE’s priority technology businesses, including hybrid IT and IoT technologies – across manufacturing, distribution, financial services, communications, media and entertainment, and the public sector.”
“We are currently co-developing solutions with various local startups, and the solutions vary across the board. Some examples are: smart street lighting, manufacturing, wireless retail analytics, logistics and distribution, waste management, intelligent energy management for buildings and facilities, and geo-fencing for hospitality management. These solutions will also be tested with several HPE customers,” he added.
Read the full article titled “Hewlett Packard Enterprise Gives Singapore Firms a Leg-Up in Innovation” for more information on how HPE’s InnovateNext programme will support Singapore startups.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “Hewlett Packard Enterprise Gives Singapore Firms a Leg-Up in Innovation” published in The Business Times on 31 January, 2018.