UST Global has launched its first Infinity Lab in South East Asia and third Delivery Centre at Penang in Malaysia. The new office is located strategically on the Mini-Circuits campus and is UST Global’s second office in Penang.Infinity Labs is UST Global’s network of innovation labs, spanning across various countries, including the US, the UK,
UST Global has launched its first Infinity Lab in South East Asia and third Delivery Centre at Penang in Malaysia. The new office is located strategically on the Mini-Circuits campus and is UST Global’s second office in Penang.
Infinity Labs is UST Global’s network of innovation labs, spanning across various countries, including the US, the UK, India and now in Malaysia. The Penang lab is focused on innovation-driven problem-solving to support business-led digital transformations that deliver breakthrough results at both speed and scale. Infinity Labs-Penang provides an exciting springboard and a collaborative environment for the employees, clients, academia and partner ecosystem.
Through this initiative, Malaysia’s technologists and engineers will now have an opportunity to solve critical business problems for UST Global’s Fortune 500 and Global 2000 customers by tapping into Infinity Labs’ 30-plus Digital Innovation capabilities across domains like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality/Mixed Reality (AR/MR), Robotic Process Automation, Internet of Things, Blockchain, Cybersecurity, Advanced Analytics and Big Data Engineering.
UST Global had spun-off several focused products and platforms as startups, including CyberProof, SmartOps, Qubz, Pneuron and C2C (Concept to Camera).
The inauguration was officiated by Chow Kon Yeow, Chief Minister of Penang; Dato’ Ng Wan Peng, COO, Malaysia Digital Economy Cooperation (MDEC); Krishna Sudheendra CEO,UST Global; Alexander Varghese, COO, UST Global; Kim Chin Kuang, Chairman, Malaysia GBS Focus Group; and Amar Chhajer, Country Head, UST Global Malaysia.
Commenting on the occasion, Dato’ Ng Wan Peng said “The proposition of Malaysia as a research and development (R&D) hub for digital technology and services will accelerate Malaysia’s strengths and efforts to develop digitally-skilled Malaysians and digitally-powered businesses, and help attract more digital investments into the country. To UST Global, I would like to say that you have made the right choice and rest assured that MDEC will always work with you as a strategic partner to ensure that UST Global continues to grow and contribute significantly to the Malaysian digital economy.”
Speaking on the occasion, Krishna Sudheendra, CEO, UST Global, said, “We are excited at the potential of innovation and ideas that will emerge at this new centre in Malaysia. UST’s Infinity Labs – will bring customer-centric solutions to reality through breakthrough technologies.”