On 13/2, FPT Software officially launched the second building of its F-Ville complex in Hoa Lac, Hanoi to make this campus the largest software center of Vietnam. The new building has a total area of 28000 m2, which is expected to host another 3000 employees of FPT Software.  The first building of the complex was opened in 2013 with a capacity of 2000 people.

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Speaking at the event, Mr. Truong Gia Binh, Chairman of FPT Corporation, said: “With two large-scale projects, this software village will become the largest software hub in Vietnam with a scale of 5000 people and is destined to become a global center for digital transformation services. “. Mr. Binh also stressed that FPT is committed to continuing to invest in education and training, as well as in technology platforms such as GE Predix, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft and latest technologies to ensure solving the digital transformation problem in Vietnam as well as in a global scale.

F-Ville 2 opening ceremony

Also attending the inauguration of F-Ville 2, Vietnam Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam stressed: “The project can be seen as a key to make Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park a true center of innovation and technology of Vietnam. We need the support of not only FPT but also other companies to make more technology to transform the life of Vietnamese people“.

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Vietnam Deputy PM Vu Duc Dam (center) also presented at the event

Within the framework of the grand opening of F-Ville 2 software campus, FPT Software has organized a seminar and exhibition technology to clients and partners. The technology experts of FPT Software has introduced and demonstrated applications, solutions based on the core technology platform of the digital revolution as the Internet of Things (IoT), Internet of Verhicle (IOV ), data analysis (Analytics), Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, image processing which are researched and developed by FPT. These applications and solutions are currently being deployed by FPT for many global corporations.