After the successful launch in Bengaluru, US tech giant Oracle on Wednesday expanded its Startup Cloud Accelerator program to New Delhi and Mumbai to help fuel cloud-enabled innovation. Run by the Oracle research and development team, the program is now also available in Bristol city in Britain, Paris, Sao Paulo, Singapore and Tel Aviv. Also Read - Indian govt reintroduces Digital Personal Data Protection draft bill, could allow some cross-border data transferAlso Read - Apple to employ 60,000 people in India, ramps up manufacturing capabilities near Bengaluru
These centres will provide six months of mentoring from technical and business experts, technology, a co-working space, access to Oracle customers, partners and investors and free Oracle Cloud credits, the company said in a statement. “After a successful launch in Bengaluru, we are committed to building a supportive ecosystem for startups across the globe,” said Thomas Kurian, Oracle’s President of Product Development, in a statement. Also Read - Mobile gaming advertisers witness 2x growth YoY in India: Report
“Cloud is enabling incredible innovations across every aspect of business and across every industry. We want to support this next technology revolution powered by cloud,” Kurian added. Oracle’s full-cloud stack provides startup developers with building blocks to get started immediately and scale as they expand their businesses. With a global footprint, Oracle delivers more than 50 integrated cloud services to support companies of all sizes. ALSO READ: Google CEO Sundar Pichai launches Digital Unlocked initiative for startups, SMEs in India
“The next five-10 years promise innovations and growth that will drive new business ideas enabled by the cloud,” added Reggie Bradford, Oracle Senior Vice President of Product Development.
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