Thanks for visiting Scientific Computing World.

You're trying to access an editorial feature that is only available to logged in, registered users of Scientific Computing World. Registering is completely free, so why not sign up with us?

By registering, as well as being able to browse all content on the site without further interruption, you'll also have the option to receive our magazine (multiple times a year) and our email newsletters.

T-Platforms expands into Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan

Share this on social media:


Russian supercomputer vendor T-Platforms has signed a partnership agreement with Kazakh system integrator SmartCom to supply HPC solutions to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. According to the agreement, SmartCom becomes T-Platforms' authorised partner, jointly implementing HPC projects and providing comprehensive technical support to the customers in the regions.

'Partnership with SmartCom will let us expand our market presence in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, promoting our supercomputer technology in these republics and improving customer service,' said Mikhail Kozhevnikov, T-Platforms VP, worldwide sales.

The partners will offer Kazakh and Kirgiz customers T-Platform' hardware/software HPC solutions, including T-Blade family blade-systems, GPU-based hybrid solutions, personal supercomputers, and Clustrx software stack that includes an operating system and management/monitoring tools for HPC site resources.

SmartCom is to carry the Blade2 blade-platform, the flagship T-Platforms' product, designed for building petascale HPC systems. T-Blade2 is used as the building block of the supercomputer 'Lomonosov', Eastern Europe's most powerful HPC system, installed at Moscow State University.