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HP opens technology lab in Business Park Sofia

Friday 1 May 2015 | 14:55 CET | News
Hewlett-Packard opened a hi-tech lab in Bulgaria, according to local news agency Novinite. Occupying an area of 300 square meters in Business Park Sofia, the facility will be used for the simulation of technological and business processes and the training of experts of the company in Bulgaria. The lab took two years to be constructed and was created with an investment of BGN 10 million. Bulgarian academic institutions will be able to use the technological resources of the lab to train students and develop their projects.

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Categories: General
Companies: Hewlett-Packard
Countries: Bulgaria
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