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Partnership launches new collaborative laboratory

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HCL Technologies has announced a collaboration with the University of California, Berkeley to create a health technology collaborative laboratory.

The CoLab’s multidisciplinary teams will work on health technology innovations to meet current and future challenges. These activities will include rapid problem-solving, prototyping and testing of breakthrough healthcare technologies, with HCL contributing $750,000 over the course of three years.

The environment will bring together stakeholders in healthcare (patients, clinicians, regulators, and insurers), the business community and investors to create and commercialise solutions from initial concept through the stages of prototyping, systems architecture and scalable distribution.

GH Rao, president of engineering and R&D services at HCL Technologies, said: “As a responsible global technology leader, we are proud to contribute and support the creation of macro-scale solutions to healthcare issues for a better future for all.

“We’re honored to support UC Berkeley in this initiative, especially as the healthcare industry is undergoing tremendous transformation. As a founding member, HCL will have the opportunity to contribute to promising solutions and projects underway and looks forward to engaging the CoLab Ecosystem to develop new and unique health technology solutions for the future.”

Daniel Fletcher, director of the CoLab, added: “HCL’s commitment, combined with its vision for technology innovation and its global reach, will allow us to realize the goals of the CoLab quickly.”

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