DDN, the global leader in artificial intelligence (AI) and multi-cloud data management solutions, has announced the expansion of its operation in India with a larger office space in Pune.
In order to accommodate its expanding workforce base, DDN India opened a new office in Baner, Pune. The company now employs about 25% of its employees in India, with offices in Bengaluru and both Pune, and has ambitions to significantly boost its workforce by the end of 2023.
With the “Make in India” initiative, DDN started producing storage solutions in 2021, and it is now expanding its employees in the research, product development, engineering, and IT departments.
According to Atul Vidwansa, General Manager for India and Southeast Asia, DDN, despite the pandemic, DDN has seen enormous demand for their data storage solutions in India, a strategically significant region.
“We plan to increase our workforce in India by 50 per cent over the next few years to support ‘Make in India’ and the development of next-generation storage solutions,” said Vidwansa.
With multi-petabyte storage solutions installed at prestigious clients like the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology & National Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting under the Ministry of Earth Sciences, C-DAC, ONGC, CSIR Labs, ISRO, and National Institute of Biomedical Genomics, the multinational company with headquarters in the US is already a well-known name in the HPC & AI community.
To further strengthen its footprint in India, DDN wants to utilize human talent to construct and develop data storage products faster and better the confidence and experience of its domestic and global clients.