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ISC announces global partner program

Interactive Supercomputing (ISC) has expanded its roster of partners and formed the Star-P Solution Partner Program. The company now has 16 global partners as part of its Star-P Solution Partner Program, which enables value-added resellers (VARs), independent software vendors, systems integrators and consultants to combine other HPC products and services with Star-P to deliver a solution to customers while maximising their return on investment.

The programme has recently expanded to include new partners serving the United Kingdom, France, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, India, Korea, China, Japan, Israel, Italy, Greece, Spain, Canada and Australia.

The Star-P Solution Partners Program helps partners by funding lead generation campaigns and by offering selling, marketing and technical tools, along with support services, to assist in customising solutions for customers.

Companies currently participating in the programme include: Silicon Graphics (global), Cray (global), James River Technical (US), Federal Edge (US), Continental Resources (US), E&M Computing  (Israel), AnCAD (Taiwan), Beijing Vision Technology (China), Talentain Technologies (India), SMB GmbH (Germany), SciWorks Technologies (France), KSI (Italy), Seven Group (Canada), Tao Computing (Korea), Sprinx Systems (Czech Republic & Slovakia) and Medicon Ltd (Greece).

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