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GRAID and HPC Tech Partner To Lead The Future of High-Performance Computing In Japan

GRAID Technology is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with HPC Tech, Japan’s leading provider of upstream to downstream IT infrastructure solutions for high-performance computing applications.

HPC Tech contributes to the development of society through science and technology computers (HPC) and IT technology. A leader in advanced computer infrastructure solutions since 2008 and NVIDIA Elite Partner, HPC quickly established itself as a technology and performance leader in the Japanese HPC market.

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“HPC Tech is honored to partner with GRAID Technology in our mission to create a better future through innovative technology,” said Yoshihiro Okuyama, President of HPC Tech. “After extensive testing, it’s clear the partnership between GRAID and HPC will help our customers drive a competitive advantage in the market.”

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GRAID proudly partners with HPC Tech to offer flexible, easy-to-configure IT Infrastructure solutions that drive technology forward while improving customer satisfaction.

“We are enthusiastic to announce this new partnership,” said Leander Yu, CEO and President of GRAID Technology. “HPC has long been considered a key player in the high-performance computing market and we are pleased to be closer aligned with them and their mission to advance technology across Japan.”

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