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  • January 10th, 2013

    ac&e has entered into a partnership agreement with CIARA Technologies of Montreal, Canada. This agreement enables Applied Computing & Engineering Ltd to offer CIARA’s portfolio of high performance computing solutions, such as the NEXXUS C deskside cluster system and the KRONOS S line technical workstations.

    The NEXXUS C system is configured for maximum efficiency in performance, functionality and cost for individuals and departmental workgroups wanting to harness high performance computing without the complexity of traditional clusters.

    The KRONOS S Line systems are designed to deliver the highest performance optimised solution for demanding simulation applications in the automotive, aerospace, life sciences, energy, utilities and other compute intensive markets. Applied Computing & Engineering Ltd will advise customers on the benefits of CIARA’s products and provide ongoing support throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.

    John Baxter, Director, IT Services at Applied Computing & Engineering Ltd said:

    “Applied Computing & Engineering is very excited about the new partnership with CIARA Technologies.  CIARA’s innovations in computing will enable us to deliver faster, smarter solutions to clients in industries from utilities to aerospace. In design and simulation clients’ needs are diverse and challenging – we are confident that by offering CIARA products we will further extend our capabilities in technical computing.”

    Patrick Scateni, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for CIARA added:

    “As our primary partner in the UK and Ireland for CIARA’s high performance systems such as the NEXXUS C and KRONOS S products, Applied Computing & Engineering Ltd will address customers’ growing demands for high performance, highly scalable, high density computing solutions. We are proud to work with such a capable, well respected partner and look forward to working with them to grow our business in the UK and Ireland.”