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Numascale has announced its new CEO

Numascale has announced its new CEO Morten Toverud, who started his work with the company this week.

Mr Toverud has extensive experience in the industry; his last position was the Vice President of R&D at Rheinmetall Defence in Oslo. He started his career after studies and lecturing at the University of Oslo at The Norwegian Defence Research Establishment where he held a position as Senior Principal Scientist.

Numascale provides scalable solutions for big data applications, Numaconnect for example, is a scalable shared-memory system built from standard servers that takes advantage of low-cost commodity x86 hardware.

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