Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has elevated Loh Khai Peng as its new managing director for Singapore. He has succeeded Joseph Yang as the new MD who has been given a new role to lead the high performance computing and artificial intelligence team for APAC and India.
In his new role, Khai Peng will be responsible for taking care of HPE’s overall business operations and leadership in countries including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, and other Asian emerging countries.
Before being named as MD for HPE Singapore, Khai Peng held various key roles including VP and managing director for Southeast Asia.
He brings more than three decades of enterprise IT and leadership experience in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.
"I am thrilled to commence this new role and lead the company into the next phase of its evolution, placing a focus on the management of hybrid cloud and AI," said Khai Peng.
"I eagerly anticipate collaborating with my team and our partner ecosystem to strengthen HPE's market leadership in the region. Our goal is to provide cloud services seamlessly across all platforms, empowering customers to harness emerging technologies for their digital transformation requirements."