IT companies Pure storage Its newly opened Research and development (R&D) Center in Bangalore. According to the company, the new center is a key component of Pure Storage’s global innovation engine and the government’s commitment to the ‘Make in India’ initiative.
The center will focus on innovation that aims to transform storage and data management. “These are areas where India can play a global role. Acceleration of digital conversions around the world is accelerating the growth of data, especially unstructured data such as video, image and audio files. This is creating demand for professionals who specialize in solutions who store, manage, protect and analyze such data, “the company said in a statement.
A new study conducted by Pure Storage with Geneva’s market research indicates that there are more than 700,000 professionals in India with relevant data management skills. It accounts for about 14% of the country’s total technology workforce and is poised for further growth. India accounts for more than 10% of the global talent pool of data management professionals and more than a quarter Asia Pacific. More than three-quarters of the existing Indian talent will reach an advanced level in their experience in 5 years, which puts India in a good position as a source of data management skills.
Pure Storage has a strong portfolio of data management solutions that includes FlashArrayFlashblade,. AIRIPure as-a-service, Portworx, Pure1, Evergreen, Pure Cloud Block Store and Purity.