Delphix launches India R&D center to support DataOps expansion

Tech Intelligence Bulletin (HG Insights) – Delphix has launched its new research and development center in India.

The research and development center located in Noida, Delhi NCR, will play a key role in the expansion of the Delphix DataOps platform, which is quickly becoming a staple for Fortune 1000 companies that use it to accelerate application development for business-critical digital transformation projects.

Significant industry validation

Delphix’s primary product – the Delphix Dynamic Data Platform has received significant industry validation from partnerships with global leaders, including  AWS, Capgemini, Microsoft, Azure, and from the world’s leading brands, such as HSBC, JPMC, Morgan Stanley, Dentegra, and many more. The company has been recognized in the JPMorgan Chase Hall of Innovation, Deloitte’s Fast 500, and Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 lists. Delphix helps enterprises accelerate innovation, empowering them with fast, secure, agile data.

DataOps market opportunity

Speaking about their expansion into India, Chris Cook, CEO, Delphix, said, “India is a global hub for state-of-the-art R&D with some of the brightest minds in the world. It offers a unique blend of massive market opportunity, technical competencies, and a highly scalable workforce.”

“Delphix believes in the intellectual capital that India holds and we look forward to putting together a great team here,” added Vijay Anthony Sebastian, Managing Director of Delphix India.

Monika Saha, Chief Marketing Officer, Delphix said, “In a short span of a decade, Delphix has engaged with an impressive list of clientele across industries as well as held numerous patents. This has been possible because of our unwavering focus of offering a best-in-class product and service to our clients and partnering with key stakeholders in the ecosystem. It was only a matter of time until  Delphix included India as a major contributor to its future growth plans, and we are thrilled about the work that we are going to be doing here.”