The expansion includes the launch of a new virtual-style, non-residential global programme titled "Oracle Scaleup Ecosystem", the company said in a statement.
"In 2017, we launched eight residential programmes ahead of schedule and attracted almost 4,000 global startups for only 40 programme slots -- a clear indication of the tremendous demand," said Reggie Bradford, Oracle senior vice president, Startup Ecosystem and Accelerator.
The programme offers mentoring, R and D support, marketing/sales enablement, migration assistance, cloud credits and discounts and access to Oracle's customer and product ecosystems.
"Oracle Scaleup Ecosystem is a new global programme that allows us to reach more innovators and entrepreneurs, regardless of location, including later-stage scale-up companies who need access to Oracle Cloud solutions and resources," Bradford added.
The company also added Austin to the residential "Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator" programme.
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