UiPath Commits to Global Cloud Data Centre Expansions

UiPath announces new developer features at DevCon 2024 to provide the latest in AI-Powered productivity, in addition to a new data centre in India

During a time of unprecedented demand for AI and cloud services, the data centre industry is having to expand and innovate like never before to satisfy customers.

With this in mind, UiPath’s Automation Cloud platform continues to expand globally with a range of new data centres, the latest of which will be live in India in April 2024. The expansion aims to offer opportunities for both public and private sector customers and partners to improve their digital strategies in line with their infrastructure, applications and data.

This news comes in the midst of data centre companies continuing to invest in India, as the industry continues to boom across the country.

Meeting customer demands for cloud services

The India data centre by UiPath is designed to meet growing demands for cloud services by focusing on business continuity and compliance. Additionally, high availability and low latency offered will seek to provide a solid foundation for cloud deployment, improving accessibility and service speed for customers.

At the 2024 UiPath Academic Summit held in Bengaluru, the company announced further initiatives to ensure access and opportunities for the people of India to take on new roles during this era of AI and automation.

In particular, the UiPath Academic Alliance programme works with FutureSkills Prime, alongside other partners, to equip roughly 500,000 Indians with AI and automation skills by 2027. This ties in well with wider global initiatives being taken by technology giants to close the digital skills gap around the world.

The pathway towards automation

In addition to these global developments, UiPath is committed to overhauling its automation strategy to enable businesses to better integrate generative AI (Gen AI) into their operations.

As part of these offerings, the company’s UiPath Autopilot for Test Suite is now available for public preview, aiming to provide a collection of advanced AI capabilities to boost the productivity of testers. It includes AI-Powered quality checks, and tests for design, automation and insights designed to automate workflows and boost productivity.

Currently, more than two million developers use UiPath AI-powered automation services to fuel business development.

Announced at DevCon 2024, UiPath’s new features are designed to better enable developers to build, test and accelerate implementing automation into a business.

“With the UiPath developer community in excess of two million, and developers and learners across 43 countries, the innovations we provide this community are absolutely essential in the AI and automation era,” says Daniel Dines, UiPath Co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer, whilst speaking at the event.

“To build modern automations, it is not only about driving the UI. Developers also need API integrations, data, and AI solutions. We are making it possible for developers to access all these constructs in one integrated platform.”

During an unprecedented time that has seen the rapid acceleration of AI systems - especially within data centres - plenty of businesses are looking to capitalise on larger digital transformation strategies to harness AI to its full potential.


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