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Caps Enterprise appoints new memember of supervisory board

French HPC provider Caps Enterprise has appointed Claude Camozzi to its Supervisory Board, a 40-year veteran of the HPC industry and former vice president at Bull.

After a 40-year career in the computer industry (Télémécanique, Sems, Bull) and his cooperation with leading international groups, Camozzi has much experience of HPC markets, as well as an understanding of financial and collaborative issues and governance best practices. Caps believes that Camozzi’s industrial vision and his solid experience of the high performance computing market will strengthen its board.

After having managed Bull technical cooperation with main technology providers such as Intel, NEC, Microsoft, and IBM, Camozzi ended his career within the Bull group as vice president of platform strategy, within the R&D division. Today, Camozzi is chairman of CAMOC2 and advises companies in their cooperation projects with high technology value, namely in high performance computing. In the same way, Camozzi contributes as an expert in standardisation organisations associated to computer industry and to several coordination organisms for research and development.

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