Oracle Opens New Research and Development Lab in Morocco

Oracle Opens New Research and Development Lab in Morocco (News Central TV)

Oracle has announced the opening of a new outpost of Oracle Labs, the company’s advanced research arm, in Casanearshore Park in Casablanca, Morocco, which will accommodate up to 100 researchers.

Oracle’s cloud, AI, and machine learning technologies will be used by researchers at the new campus to address the most important challenges confronting industry, science, and government.

Using its new state-of-the-art facilities, the team will work with Morocco’s thriving technology industry to support the identification, investigation, and transfer of innovative technologies that will help Oracle’s customers grow their businesses globally.

Expansion of intern and graduate recruitment programs, cooperative research with local universities, and collaboration with the local start-up ecosystem will all be part of this worldwide endeavor.

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“Oracle’s investment in Morocco reflects the improved economic environment we see among the signatories of the Abraham Accords, the monumental agreement that is forging peace and prosperity across the region. 

“Establishing this new Oracle R&D center in Casablanca will enable us to access an outstanding pool of talent from across the region, benefit directly from its new economic ties to Israel, and provide our customers around the world with new cutting edge technologies,” said Safra Catz, CEO of Oracle.

Safra Catz, CEO of Oracle

Oracle will incorporate the new location into its global R&D innovation network. In these centers, researchers use cloud-based technology to create meaningful solutions using novel techniques and processes.

Research, consultancy, and product incubation are all part of this activity, with most projects incorporating university cooperation and interns from over 50 universities across the world.

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The new Oracle center in Morocco will work on a variety of R&D initiatives, including automated Machine Learning and Explainability, Oracle’s MySQL Heatwave ML, and the PGX Parallel Graph Accelerator solution.

“We are thrilled that Oracle has selected Morocco as the location for the extension of its global R&D program,” said Mohcine Jazouli, Morocco’s Minister Delegate in charge of Investment, convergence, and the review of Public Policies.

The new center will provide outstanding Moroccans with the opportunity to contribute to the development of world-class technology solutions.

Moroccan engineers will profit from the center because, in addition to their great technical talents, they speak three languages and approach their work with an open mind and creativity, making them perfect members of a technology development team.

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