Centerprise International has signed a partnership with high-performance computing (HPC) manufacturer E4 Computer Engineering to help grow each other’s business in the manufacturing, academia and big data markets.
The deal between Centerprise and Scandiano-based E4 – which has a pedigree of designing, building and marketing HPC and datacentre offerings for research centres and large businesses – will allow Centerprise to expand its product set, and E4 to grow its UK footprint.
Jeremy Nash, sales director at Centerprise, said: "This is an exciting development for both companies, as it combines the specialist knowledge of E4 in the field of high-performance computing with our considerable experience in building quality, customised hardware solutions and our expansive reach in the UK IT channel."
Vincenzo Nuti, CEO of E4 Computer Engineering, added: "We are delighted to be working so closely with a professional company like Centerprise as we are confident the synergy will deliver outstanding results across various industries that require powerful solutions."
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