MUMBAI: Open source solutions provider Red Hat Inc. has launched a Global Services Center in Mumbai.
Red Hat today said in a statement that the center would build and implement open source enterprise solutions and services for its global customers in close partnership with global Indian software services companies.
"Our global enterprise customers are deploying complex workloads using the latest open source technologies. This is creating a huge demand for quality solutions and services delivered onsite and on demand," said Charlie Peters, executive vice president and chief financial officer, Red Hat.
"The success of support services delivered to global customers from our center in Pune, set up in 2005, have been instrumental in choosing India as the destination for Red Hat's Global Services Center. Red Hat intends to scale up the operations of this Global Services Center by 100 engineers over the next twelve months," he added.
Nandkumar Pradhan, president and managing director, Red Hat India, said, "This center will work on a hybrid delivery model of captive skills as well as partner with global Indian software services companies to deliver services to our global customers. We look forward to nurturing technical resources that will lead complex open source projects to fruition."
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