Huawei spent US$40 million to set up the first DIGIX Lab in Asia Pacific

According to the information, Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) announced that it will invest 40 million US dollars (approximately RMB 258 million) to open the first DIGIX Lab innovation studio in the Asia-Pacific region in Singapore. The studio will serve as an innovation center for mobile application developers in the Asia-Pacific region.

The venue is located in Singapore’s Changi Business Park and is the second DIGIX laboratory established in the world after Germany. The new studio is equipped with open technology capabilities such as AR, VR, AI, and HMS core services. Developers in the Asia-Pacific region can obtain various HMS developer resources here.

Huawei International CEO Ma Jianhua said that Huawei will continue to invest a total of about 53.8 million Singapore dollars (about 260 million yuan) in the laboratory within two years; Huawei currently has more than 650 employees in Singapore, of which more than 70% are from Singapore. The DIGIX laboratory is divided into three main areas, namely the verification center, the enablement center, and the experience center.

DIGIX laboratory in Asia Pacific


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