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  1. It's time to let the lion roar - Zoom [url=https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2020/12/16/2145845/0/en/Zoom-To-Expand-Presence-In-Singapore.html]looks to Asia[/url] with a new R&D Center for Singapore. In other news, Christmas cheer is on the way, and the firm [url=https://www.techradar.com/uk/news/zoom-is-giving-users-an-early-christmas-present]lifts call limits[/url] for the festive season. Zoom decided to expand its presence in Singapore by opening a new Research and Development Center, and promised to hire hundreds of new engineers. The firm also confirmed plans to expand its co-located data center in the country, where it has had a presence for two years. “Singapore is pro-business, ranks as one of the friendliest countries to set up a company, and continues to be a favorite for regional headquarters as it boasts exceptional talent, strong infrastructure, and is a perfect gateway for engaging the wider APAC region,” said Velchamy Sankarlingam, President of Product and Engineering for Zoom. “We plan to immediately hire employees, leveraging Singapore’s highly-educated engineering talent pool. Our new R&D center and data center will play a critical role in Zoom’s continued international growth.” And as much of the world prepared for a virtual festive season, with Covid-19 putting the kibosh on big family gatherings, Zoom also [url=https://www.livemint.com/technology/apps/zoom-to-lift-40-minute-limit-on-calls-on-these-days-11608201434735.html]extended[/url] its former Thanksgiving generosity globally, lifting the 40 minute call limit on December 17-19 for Hanukkah, December 23-26 for Christmas, and December 30-January 2 for New Year's. It's not all good news though. The Facebook-owned messaging app Whatsapp started [url=https://www.techradar.com/news/watch-out-zoom-whatsapp-for-desktop-could-soon-support-video-conferencing]testing[/url] a new voice and video calling feature for its Mac desktop client, which could represent some major competition for Zoom. None of this did much to the share price though, which stayed robust at around $400 for most of early December.
    It's time to let the lion roar - Zoom [url=https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2020/12/16/2145845/0/en/Zoom-To-Expand-Presence-In-Singapore.html]looks to Asia[/url] with a new R&D Center for Singapore. In other news, Christmas cheer is on the way, and the firm [url=https://www.techradar.com/uk/news/zoom-is-giving-users-an-early-christmas-present]lifts call limits[/url] for the festive season.  
     
    Zoom decided to expand its presence in Singapore by opening a new Research and Development Center, and promised to hire hundreds of new engineers. The firm also confirmed plans to expand its co-located data center in the country, where it has had a presence for two years.  
     
    Singapore is pro-business, ranks as one of the friendliest countries to set up a company, and continues to be a favorite for regional headquarters as it boasts exceptional talent, strong infrastructure, and is a perfect gateway for engaging the wider APAC region, said Velchamy Sankarlingam, President of Product and Engineering for Zoom. We plan to immediately hire employees, leveraging Singapores highly-educated engineering talent pool. Our new R&D center and data center will play a critical role in Zooms continued international growth. 
     
    And as much of the world prepared for a virtual festive season, with Covid-19 putting the kibosh on big family gatherings, Zoom also [url=https://www.livemint.com/technology/apps/zoom-to-lift-40-minute-limit-on-calls-on-these-days-11608201434735.html]extended[/url] its former Thanksgiving generosity globally, lifting the 40 minute call limit on December 17-19 for Hanukkah, December 23-26 for Christmas, and December 30-January 2 for New Year's.  
     
    It's not all good news though. The Facebook-owned messaging app Whatsapp started [url=https://www.techradar.com/news/watch-out-zoom-whatsapp-for-desktop-could-soon-support-video-conferencing]testing[/url] a new voice and video calling feature for its Mac desktop client, which could represent some major competition for Zoom.  
     
    None of this did much to the share price though, which stayed robust at around $400 for most of early December.
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